Capitol Report (Dec. 29): Trust in Mainstream Media at Record Low

Steve Lance
By Steve Lance
December 29, 2021Capitol Report
Capitol Report (Dec. 29): Trust in Mainstream Media at Record Low
A misinformation newsstand aiming to educate news consumers about the dangers of disinformation, or fake news, in the lead-up to the U.S. midterm elections, in midtown Manhattan on Oct. 30, 2018. (Angela Weiss/Getty Images)

CCP (Chinese Communist Partyvirus cases are surging across the United States and average daily cases in Washington, D.C., have skyrocketed since Thanksgiving.

If you are currently abroad and your U.S. passport has expired, you may be able to use that expired passport to return to the United States.

Trust in the legacy news media has been polling at record lows. We had a chance to speak with veteran writer and journalist John O’Sullivan to explore the current state of journalism and why more Americans have lost their trust in the media.

President Joe Biden signed an executive order finalizing a pay raise for civilian federal employees. The raise is set to kick in in 2022.

Communism and socialism appear to be losing the stigma that was once associated with these ideologies. We ask author Mary Eberstadt why she thinks that these very ideologies associated with over 100 million unnatural deaths across the world have been embraced by today’s younger generation.

A 130-year-old time capsule full of ancient history was just found in Richmond, Virginia. It was hidden in the remains where General Robert E. Lee’s statue once stood.

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