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Saving the Post Office One Day at a Time

O. - D. (and I wish you would, at least as regards this particular obsession): "...vastly and worthily enriched then refuse to 'share' their vast and worldly knowledge with the less fortunate..." What's interesting about your plan is it's presupposition that the ghettos and their inhabitants are there solely due to their unenlightenment. I question that, and I offer you the following counterproposal: Spend a day in an inner city High School. Go in winter, or a really hot day. Use the Bathroom (if you can). Check out the pool. (Oops, nevermind, it's not there.) Note the textbook copyright dates. Then do the same at a wealthy suburban HS. Report on the differences.

Last year the United States Post Office posted nearly $16 billion in losses. The three years before then averaged around $5 billion in losses. Now, the USPS Chief is looking at serious ways to save the Post Office which includes the end to Saturday mail and cuts in benefits.

The head of the financially struggling U.S. Postal Service said the agency must be allowed to ease the terms of prepayments into a retiree health-care fund and eliminate general mail delivery on Saturday.

Patrick Donahoe told "CBS This Morning" the agency isn't asking Congress for...

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