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The Postal Service is on fire, and UPS and FedEx are not the firehose

If you look up Louis DeJoy with Google, his title does not read “Postmaster General of the United States.” It reads “American businessman,” and if that’s not a problem, I don’t know what is.   The Postal Service has been slowing down since DeJoy’s appointment to the office of Postmaster General in May 2020 and …

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Public education has a problem, and it’s not COVID-19

Public education, preschool through secondary, is one of the greatest resources we have as a nation, as a human race. That’s a position that you’d think everyone would agree on. Unfortunately, you would be wrong. Public education is under attack and we have to fight tooth and nail to save it.  Publicly-funded education as …

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Voters need to vote at every level

When most people think about voting, they probably think about voting for the President. Every four years, and leading up to a presidential election year, there is a huge push for people to register to vote and to become more involved and aware of politics.   While it is important to vote for the highest …

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Universities, schools pondering fall classes amid coronavirus concerns

The closure of college campuses in March left many wondering what decisions would be made about the fall 2020 semester.   With the recent surge in COVID-19 cases and more and more universities making decisions about the fall semester, there has been a lot of concern about the health and safety of students and professors as well as …

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