The story of the intentional destruction of the U.S. Postal Service is one more piece of the story of crisis-after-crisis, all manufactured to advance the strategic dismantling of our government and handing over the pieces to billionaires.
While everyone is predicting our demise? Instead of blaming the Internet for less mail, let's make the Post Office a place to go for Internet access. Customers could come in and use the Internet, like they do now at some Office Depot or FedEx outlets.
The post office deficit that is driving management to commit institutional suicide by ending six-day delivery, closing half of the nation's post offices and mail-processing centers, and laying off more than 200,000 workers, is make-believe.
As the saying goes, the way to someone's heart is through his or her stomach -- so I've compiled a list of simply delicious treats that act as blank canvases for the personal touches and creativity that make a good gifts unforgettable.
I started PostSecret six years ago in Washington DC by passing out postcards to strangers and inviting them to illustrate a secret and mail it to me. Here are some exclusive secrets, only for Huffington Post readers.