The U.S. Postal Service is pushing to cut Saturday delivery and raise rates to keep from a projected $7 billion loss this year. Postmaster General John E. Potter warned that without restructuring, the Postal Service could lose $238 billion by 2020. How can the Postal Service be saved? Would you rather see an increase in postage rates, or have mail delivery reduced to five days a week?
Ed O’Keefe, author of the Federal Eye blog at Washingtonpost.com and Federal Government Reporter, Washington Post