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My latest articles at Heartland are now available:
North Carolina Commissioners, Residents Reject Eminent Domain Proposal
Lawmakers Debate Post Office Entitlement Changes, Reorganization
Prior articles this month included:
Indiana Lawmakers Propose Excise Tax Hikes for Road Funding
North Carolina Panelists Break Ranks with Standards Commission
Kentucky Lawmakers Propose Rebooting State Education Standards Continue reading
This is a repost of my column at Heartland Institute’s Fiscal Times from July 6th regarding the USPS toying with the idea of moving into banking services.
Also, see my prior article from June – New York Lawmakers Consider Snuffing Out E-Cigarettes in Public, Private Buildings
Postal Service Considers Entering Banking Industry to Shore Up Budget Continue reading
The following guest article is a submission from Mr. Liberty, spouse of Lady Liberty 1885 – A.P. Dillon, and was not written by either LadyLiberty1885 – A.P. Dillon or Liberty Speaks. This is a statement of concern with national ramifications.
Recently, a municipality not far from my own received notice from the United States Postal Service that a new residential development of free-standing homes would not be allowed to implement road-side delivery (that is—delivery to the traditional mail box perched near the curb). Rather, the USPS was mandating that all new residential developments would be required to have cluster boxes for the neighborhood. Cluster boxes are already familiar to most people from managed apartment and town home complexes. Continue reading