The Postal Service intends to lower service standards again on Jan. 5, MSNBC broadcaster Ed Schultz
told his audience on Oct. 20, and that means “it’s going to take a lot longer for your mail to get from
Point A to Point B. “Overnight mail could be a thing of the past,” he declared. “Eighty-two mail processing facilities across
37 states are scheduled to be ‘consolidated.’” Schultz dismissed claims that the USPS is losing billions of dollars.
“The reality is the so-called crisis is a manufactured one.”