Last week, shortly after the Postal Service's financial report was released, Ralph Nader wrote the Postmaster General a letter. After noting the promising financial results in the report, Nader goes on to say, "the USPS under your leadership has not shown much interest in exploring innovative means to raise new revenue. Instead, you have focused much of your energy on cutting jobs beyond normal attrition, closing needed facilities, selling off grand post office buildings, degrading services, and raising postage rates. Taken together, all of these “solutions” harm the USPS’s long term viability. And considering that the USPS’s operations have returned to profitability, more of these ill-conceived plans will bring the USPS to ruin." Read more.