Video: Last Man Standing – Politics paralyzes USPS Board of Governors

The U.S. Postal Service loses hundreds of millions of dollars per year, in part because of competition from email and social media. People simply don’t send letters anymore. Several ideas have surfaced to improve the postal service’s bottom line, but the board which oversees its operations is essentially paralyzed. The problem is political. It turns […]

Wisconsin state lawmakers: Eliminating postal jobs, mail delivery slowdown is too high price for small savings

Wisconsin: Mark Miller, D-Madison, member of the state Senate and Melissa Sargent, D-Madison, member of the state Assembly on efforts to “Save the Post Office”. The recent announcement that the first-class mail processing center at the Milwaukee Street Post Office is closing has left many questions about the direct impacts of this decision for our […]

Letter to Editor: American people need a compelling argument to help save USPS

I just saw the commercial regarding the funding of the pension program. While it is clear that it is unfair to the Post Office that this burden has been placed on the department, it is not a compelling argument for the Public to latch on to. I have a theory as to why the Republican […]

House Republicans plan to probe APWU Tentative Contract Agreement

Oversight Committee to Scrutinize Postal Workforce Costs WASHINGTON- Rep. Darrell Issa (CA-R), Chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, today announced a full committee hearing on United States Postal Service (USPS) pay and benefits on April 5th. The Committee expects to hear from the Postal Service on their tentative agreement offered to their […]