Well I heard it was going to go bankrupt last month, but I’m still getting junk mail, political ads, and bills. Rather than jacking the price of stamps on consumers every year (who are using postal mail less and less) why not jack the prices on the companies that habitually use it? …instead of the rest of us who rarely use USPS to send anything. Stick it to the organizations that send me junk mail, political “vote for this douchebag” mail, bills, pennysavers, fake news papers, ads, etc. etc. Jack the fees up on bulk mailers, not regular people.
This will cause two things. We (might) get less junk mail every day, and this will increase the revenue of the USPS. Of course logical ideas like this befall large and old institutional organizations.