Analysis/Opinion: Don’t take USPS’ word for it

Analysis/Opinion – August 6, 2019 “Reforming the Postal Service” (Web, July 28) points to USPS’ shipping and package capabilities as its one redeeming quality amid the agency’s rapidly growing losses. USPS’ $143 billion in total unfunded liabilities and debt are disregarded as an afterthought — and apparently so are the nation’s taxpayers who may be…

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Taxpayers Protection Alliance: Hill Briefing on Postal Reform (video)

Published on Apr 10, 2017 TPA hosted a hill briefing on Postal Reform, featuring Justin Sykes with Americans for Tax Reform; David Williams with the Taxpayers Protection Alliance; Kevin Kosar with the R Street Institute; Steve Pociask with the American Consumer Institute; and George Landrith with Frontiers of Freedom.

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Principled Leadership Needed at the US Postal Service

By David Williams – April 04, 2016 The United States Postal Service (USPS) is in trouble. The USPS has lost $35.6 billion in the last four years, their unfunded liabilities equal $114 billion, and a report released this week showed that the mail is late more often today than it has been at any point…

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Video: TPA Releases New Timely Holiday Video Telling the U.S. Postal Service to Stick to Delivering Letters

(12/15/14) Fed up with the continued fiscal madness over at the U.S. Postal Service (USPS), the Taxpayers Protection Alliance (TPA) today released an animated holiday-themed video calling on the government-granted monopoly to stop with abusive expansion into private markets and return to its core mission: delivering letters. TPA filed comments with the Postal Regulatory Commission…

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