The USPS definitely needs to get involve …

The USPS definitely needs to get involved with the internet, at the least to preserve the franking privilege so that Congresscritters can send e-mail for f–


Correct me if I’m wrong, but the underlying principle of the franking privilege is to allow Congress to communicate with constituents, sponsored by the government. Okay, keep the idea, dump the USPS, and give them government-sponsored YouTube channels.

I’m sure even YouTube’s sprawling business could subsist on the Post Office’s budget.

Outside of that, what Constitutional role do they have? Outside of their Constitutional role, what role do they have? Advertising venue for circulars and mass-mailings?