Category Archives: Universal Servikce

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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New CA Post Office Belies Movement to Cut Services, Facilities

Despite the plethora of post office closings and since 2011 sometimes there appears to be some good news pointing in the opposite direction. Case in point: in Woodland Hills, CA, near Los Angeles, the U.S. Postal Service has signed an … Continue reading

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USPS Remains a Treasure to the Country

Sometimes it takes a foreigner to make us appreciate what we’ve got and why we shouldn’t squander it. Zeynep Tufekci, a Turkish immigrant and assistant professor at the University of North Carolina, recounts how amazed she was when she came … Continue reading

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