Thursday - Sep 24, 2020
  • Superfood showdown: The health benefits of chlorella and spirulina

    Superfood showdown: The health benefits of chlorella and spirulina

    by Rose Lidell   Chlorella and spirulina are two superfoods popular among health-conscious consumers because of the many benefits they offer. Both are derived from algae, and they contain many vitamins and minerals that can help boost your overall health. Chlorella is a single-celled green freshwater alga. There are more than 30 different species of chlorella, but

  • Children’s health org sues Facebook for censoring posts critical of COVID vaccine   

    Children’s health org sues Facebook for censoring posts critical of COVID vaccine  

    The org’s leader, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., claims that the social media giant is an ‘opponent’ of ‘real science and open debate’   Published by (LifeSiteNews)   Wednesday, 19, 2020 — Children’s Health Defense, an organization dedicated to ending childhood health epidemics by eliminating harmful exposures, is suing Facebook and several fact-checking establishments for censorship

  • Biosecurity Theatre – many unanswered questions   

    Biosecurity Theatre – many unanswered questions  

    NOTE FROM THE EDITOR   Dear readers:   The Siracusa Principles state that restrictions on human rights under the ICCPR (International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights) must meet standards of legality, evidence-based necessity, proportionality, and gradualism. Are our rights being violated unnecessarily in the context of stickers on the floor at the supermarket telling

  • Green tea, zinc proving to be BETTER than hydroxychloroquine

    Green tea, zinc proving to be BETTER than hydroxychloroquine

    Another weapon for fighting coronavirus infections?   Aug. 11, 2020 by Ethan Huff   Back in May, The Washington Post published an article that asked the question: Why has the death toll from covid-19 apparently been lower in Asia than in Western Europe and North America? The answer, it would appear, is that Asian countries

  • Threats reported after returning to classes at City College

    Threats reported after returning to classes at City College

    by Araceli Martínez   San Francisco City College students and teachers denounced the threats and challenges they face with returning to school remotely for the fall 2020 semester due to the pandemic. During a press conference, they questioned why if City College of San Francisco is key to getting back to work in a post-pandemic

  • Business resource center in Palo Alto

    Business resource center in Palo Alto

    Summer Streets continues with partial closure of Ramona St, starting August 7   compiled by the El Reportero staff   The Summer Streets program is designed to be a nimble and flexible initiative to evolve with the public health emergency and support both our community and local businesses. Our Business Assistance Center has up to

  • Is racism responsible for today’s Black problems?

    Is racism responsible for today’s Black problems?

    by Walter E. Williams   I doubt whether any American would defend the police treatment of George Floyd that led to his death. But many Americans are supporting some of the responses to Floyd’s death — rioting, looting, wanton property destruction, assaults on police and other kinds of mayhem by both whites and blacks. The pretense