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USPS Should Issue Stamp Lauding Slain SC Postmaster

The U.S. Postal Service is considering honoring an African American postmaster in a small South Carolina Town who was lynched in the late 19th Century, according to published reports. The big question is what took the USPS so long. The … Continue reading

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Trump’s Unseen USPS Proposals Won’t Matter

Predictably, several companies opposed to President Donald Trump’s forthcoming recommendations about what to do about the U.S. Postal Service have led to the formation of a lobbying group to fight them just days before they become public. Predictably, several companies … Continue reading

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USPS Just Can’t Keep Paring Essential Services

True to form, the U.S. Postal Service said it intends to diminish conventional mail delivery service to newly built homes going forward and, apparently, hopes nobody will notice. To justify this service reduction the USPS is trotting out its usual … Continue reading

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Libertarian Group Misunderstands USPS Function

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Libertarian Group Misunderstands USPS Function

Do we need the U.S. Postal Service or is the nation’s oldest and more reliable public institution hopelessly outmoded in an age of instantaneous electronic communication? On one hand, you’ve got Frederick Rolando, president of the National Association of Letter … Continue reading

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U.S. Postal Service Well Worth Fighting For

At last somebody recognizes the value and tradition of the public post office and how it kept the country together—and really still does. In a new book, author Winifred Gallagher outlines how the U.S. Post Office began by keeping the … Continue reading

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USPS Should Stay Away From Bitcoin Technology

One of the stupidest ideas to save the U.S. Postal Service has just come to pass: to develop a digital currency modeled on Bitcoin (https://www.bitcoin.com). Trouble is this idea comes not from the USPS itself but the office of the … Continue reading

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