‘Attempted Murder Of Your Post Office’

By Jake Johnson, Commondreams. -

Postal workers and their allies in Congress are vowing to fight back after the new head of the U.S. Postal Service—a major donor to President Donald Trump and the Republican Party—moved this week [...]

Caravan Supports Workers And Fights U.S. Postal Service Privatization

By Martha Alston, Peoples World. -

On Thursday, May 21, 80 cars lined up, in front of the Main Post Office in downtown Detroit, to thank Postal Workers, and to insist that the Post Office not be privatized. For over an hour, [...]

Newspapers Won’t Connect the Dots On Postal Service Threats

By Julie Hollar, Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting. -

More than six weeks after a bill was introduced to require vote-by-mail to be available for the November 3 elections, no federal steps have been taken to ensure a fair and free election in the [...]

Postal Bankruptcy Would Hit Rural US The Hardest

By Brian Wakamo, Scott Klinger and Sarah Anderson, Inequality.org. -

As postal workers strain to meet demand for deliveries of medicine, food, and other essentials, the U.S. Postal Service is facing potential financial collapse due to plummeting mail revenue. [...]

Are We About To Lose The US Postal Service?

By A Grand Alliance To Save The Postal Service, Popular Resistance. -

The Postal Service is under an unprecedented strain from the Coronavirus pandemic and we all need to act.  The crisis is straining every part of the Postal Service. It is putting new obligations [...]

Neither Rain, Sleet, Nor Snow Will Stop The Post Office From Spying On You

By John Kiriakou, Consortium News -

You may remember that last year some nut was arrested for mailing bombs to prominent Democrats, media outlets, and opponents of Donald Trump. Less than a week after the bombs went out, a suspect [...]