Just in time for National Coming Out Day (11 October 2013), the US Postal Service has announced that San Francisco superviser and gay rights activist Harvey Milk (who was assassinated in 1978) will be honored by the Postal Service---for his memory and legacy, with a stamp.
Is this an appropriate recognition for Harvey Milk?
Why on earth would Harvey not be commemorated in a stamp? He did a lot for everyone. His sexuality is not an issue. The world has moved on and we are over the whole gay thing, for pete's sake.
by Wayne Brown 7 years ago
Should the USA consider privatizing the Postal Service? What are the pros and cons?
by Jim Higgins 5 years ago
Do you care if, as of August, there is no longer Saturday mail delivery in the US?The PO has said they will stop Saturday mail delivery in August, 2013. It sounds like a good money saver to me. They will still deliver packages.
by John Coviello 5 years ago
Are you in favor of ending U.S. Postal Service delivery on Saturdays?The U.S. Postal Service is ending delivery on Saturdays starting in August 2013. Are you in favor of this policy change? This is obviously a prudent money saving move by the Postal Service (which is losing money),...
by Stacie L 6 years ago
By Emily StephensonThe U.S. Postal Service announced plans on Thursday to close or consolidate 223 mail processing centers and eliminate up to 35,000 jobs as part of its strategy to cut costs by reducing its network of facilities. http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/46501840/ns … 0a963m2auI I am...
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