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An increasing number of US students are enrolling in Canadian universities. No language issues in Anglophone schools, some universities offer three-year BA programs, most credentials are readily accepted in the US. And whilst most Canadian campuses have increased their fees in recent years for non-Canadian students, the prices are still significantly cheaper than US private schools, and even sometimes less than US public universities.
For the record, I have never been a postal employee, but I find the term "parasite" insulting to the many thousands of dedicated postal workers. I am a life-long user and supporter of this invaluable public service and conduct much of my business by post with excellent results. And in fact, the vast majority of post offices are, and always have been, public entities. There are a relatively few contract stations in otherwise underserved areas, but they are a small minority. Further, the Constitution calls upon Congess to establish "Post Offices and post roads." If those post offices are not physical, I don't know that they are.
May I remind all that maintaining a postal service is a constitutional function of the federal government, not something that can be palmed off to a greed-driven private operator who could not possibly provide universal service at a national flat rate. And as a fact, the USPS provides overnite service equal to or better than the money-grubbing likes of FedEx or UPS, with the security of the service being provided by dedicated public servants and protected by federal law, enforced by the excellent Postal Inspection Service.
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