Sunday - Jan 17, 2021
  • Mexico today grants permission to use the Pfizer anticovid vaccine

    Mexico today grants permission to use the Pfizer anticovid vaccine

    by the El Reportero‘s wire services   MEXICO – The Federal Commission for the Protection against Sanitary Risks (Cofepris) will grant Pfizer today the registration of emergency use of its vaccine against Covid-19, making Mexico the sixth country to approve that formula. The first to approve it were the United Kingdom, Bahrain, Canada and Saudi

  • Work & Social Justice: The David Bacon Archive at Stanford

    Work & Social Justice: The David Bacon Archive at Stanford

    Exhibit opens for in-person and online viewing at Stanford Libraries by the El Reportero‘s news services   Acquired by Stanford Libraries’ in late 2019, the David Bacon Archive is now one of the largest collections of documentary photography at the Libraries, offering scholars and students stunning perspectives of labor and social justice movements as well

  • More plandemic foreknowledge

    More plandemic foreknowledge

    NOTE FROM THE EDITOR   Dear readers:   Investigative journalist James Corbett brings us with the following article, perspectives from what he calls, the plandemia, which has hit us all almost like the third world war – only that this war seems to be the definitive war to control our minds, bodies and souls –

  • 8 Amazing benefits of artichokes for your health

    by Joanne Washburn   Artichokes are regal-looking veggies that pop up often in salads and dips. Rich in calcium, iron and vitamins C and A, among other nutrients, artichokes are incredibly healthy superfoods that boast a wide range of benefits for your health, from better digestion to a lower risk of cancer. While most experts

  • Big Tech hearing: Twitter, Facebook accused of colluding in censorship, taking political policy views   

    Big Tech hearing: Twitter, Facebook accused of colluding in censorship, taking political policy views  

    Sens. Ted Cruz and Josh Hawley grilled Twitter’s Jack Dorsey and Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg regarding their ‘monopoly on public discourse in the online arena’   by Michael Haynes Shared from Lifesite   WASHINGTON, D.C., November 17, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) – In the latest Big Tech hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Facebook and Twitter CEOs were

  • San Francisco Latino merchants celebrate $ 350,000 COMCAST grants to local businesses

    San Francisco Latino merchants celebrate $ 350,000 COMCAST grants to local businesses

    By Eduardo Palomino Special for El Reportero San francisco California. Faced with the difficult situation in which Latino small businesses find themselves in the San Francisco Bay Area, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Comcast California has donated $350,000 to the Opportunity Fund, which in turn launched a loan program to support with these funds, marketing

  • Another day of jumping cars in the Mission

    Another day of jumping cars in the Mission

    Story and photos by Rosa Reyes   Hundreds of people gathered on Mission Street on Saturday Oct. 17 to witness one of the many colorful events the neighborhood has to offer. Named the “Cold Frisco Nights”, the event in which dozens of exotic and colorful cars low-parade, give a spectacle of beautifully and expensively restored