An earlier bill to honor the fallen U.S. Army captain mistakenly renamed the wrong post office.
Renowned artist Synthia Saint James has created a new Kwanzaa stamp for the U.S. Postal Service. The new Kwanzaa stamp issued on October 1, 2016 is called "Abundance," and is currently available online and at local post offices.
The woman says the message should be changed. The clerk agrees. The clerk instructs me to write "Department of State" on
Sure, it feels patriotic to BBQ on our day off and light fireworks we hope won't start a brush fire, but it's little more than consumerism wrapped in the seasonal marketing of nationalism. But fear not! If you wanna put your patriotism to the test, we've got just the thing for you.
I was 22 years old, a struggling, aimless community college student working part-time at Bullwinkle's, a greasy, sticky-floored pizza parlor named after an animated moose when Charles Bukowski's Post Office found me.
"Don't be bland. Don't be forgettable. Send a Potato in the Post instead."
This fowl behavior just won't fly.
At a time when people are proposing that the USPS reinstate public banking -- a service that would help millions of Americans -- Barnett is clearly the wrong choice for the USPS Board.
Contract talks between the American Postal Workers Union (APWU) and the U.S. Postal Service for a new contract start Thursday. Along with asking for fair wages and benefits, the APWU wants improvements in customer services, including postal banking.
The conservative anti-government strategy is to set government up to fail (usually by starving it of funding). Then they point to the resulting "crisis" they created and say that it proves that government doesn't work and that we should therefore "privatize" it. Now they're coming for the U.S. Postal Service.