As a government program, the Volt will have to fit somewhere between Social Security and the US Post Office. That said, the Volt would make an excellent, all-electric, US Postal stamp, collectors' edition. As a car though, it sucks.
Meandering through the articles in the New York Times can occasionally be instructive as opposed to the normal of being infuriating. The thing is that they are oblivious to how they have educated you.
In a Cato essay, I discuss the problems with Congress’s micromanagement of the U.S. Postal Service and conclude that it should be placed on the path to privatization.
It's Groundhog Day at the US Postal Service: time once again for the familiar laments about how the agency's financial losses are surging, how demand for its services is plummeting, and how officials have no choice but to close local facilities, raise the price of stamps, and reduce delivery standards.
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