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Stamps prompt teachers to boycott office-supply store

This is from WatchDog.org.

The American Federation of Teachers has their panties in a knot over Staples selling stamps.

The postal workers union has bled the post office almost to the point of death. 612 more words

Work is Foreign to Obama

According to a new study, one-third of working Americans don’t use their vacation time. “Unlike President Obama,” says Jodi Miller, “who doesn’t use his work days.” Miller also touches on Hillary Clinton, a Russian reset, ISIS, Tiger Woods and the U.S. 7 more words

Lite And Right

Presidential Stamps

Going through those old family photos on Sunday, we also found a large envelope. It had been sent in the 1920s to London by ancestors of my wife who were living in California. 129 more words

General

Hooray for socialized medicine!

This is the latest in an occasional series of blog posts commenting on impending retirement.

Update: My Medicare card arrived in the mail today. 398 more words

Affordable Care Act

USPS OIG -- eCommerce Customer Registration

eCommerce Customer Registration (PDF)
Source: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Inspector General

Background
The U.S. Postal Service’s Customer Registration application allows customers to create accounts through USPS.com to purchase products and services through over 40 eCommerce applications such as Every Door Direct Mail, Premium Forwarding Service, Click-N-Ship, and the Postal Store.

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Business And Economics

Small Nebraska Town Saves its Post Office

You think you can’t fight the U.S. Postal Service when it wants to close your local post office and that you must sit back helplessly as it unthinkingly moves to deprive people of necessary services? 283 more words

U.S. Postal Service

Officials Conducting Arson Investigation After Post Office Vans Burned

CHICAGO (CBS) – Federal authorities were reviewing surveillance camera footage as part of an arson investigation, after to U.S. Postal Service vans were set ablaze Monday night. 184 more words

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