12 October 2012 0 Comments

IKEA v USPS – Adapting to Change – Profit Motivated v Government Monopoly

WSJ had an  article on how IKEA is using more cost effective computer imaging to print their catalogs rather than traditional, hard copy, photography.  USPS, a government monopoly, IKEA, a private profit, motivated, company continues to raise peoples standard of living by delivering  quality, products at an affordable, price. Profit Motivated, IKEA needs to remember […]

14 September 2012 0 Comments

USPS Loses With Homer Simpson Stamp :- (

Yikes USPS loses with Homer Simpson Stamp… a government monopoly bankrupting The Forgotten Taxpayer; how does that happen? The U.S. Postal Service wasted $1.2 million in printing costs by selling less than a one-third of the 1 billion commemorative stamps of The Simpsons, Bloomberg news reports. READ MORE  Doug Powers at michellemalkin.com   22 August […]

1 August 2012 0 Comments

The Madison Project: USPS Monopoly Going Bankrupt – A Continuing Fiscal Embarrassment

The Madison Project brings us up to date on the USPS At present, it appears that the USPS will not have enough moneyto make the schedule August 1 payment of $5.5 billion into a health-benefits fund for future retirees. As part of the 2006 agreement for USPS to recoup some of the money they had […]

8 May 2012 0 Comments

Tea Party Part 13: USPS Going Bankrupt – Senate Democrats: “Rob Health Care Plan”

The USPS, a government monopoly, has lost $13 billion in last two years with little likelihood  of a return to profitable margins where revenues exceed expenses. The USPS, a government monopoly, is going bankrupt because of changing technology so instead of reducing expenses…. Senate Democrats are proposing to raid the Pension Fund and  USPS Health Care […]

29 November 2011 0 Comments

USPS: A Wondrous Creation Nears Collapse

1)    The U.S. Postal Service Nears Collapse By Devin Leonard   May 26, 2011 The USPS is a wondrous American creation. Six days a week it delivers an average of 563 million pieces of mail—40 percent of the entire world’s volume. For the price of a 44¢ stamp, you can mail a letter anywhere within the […]