The United States Postal Service (USPS) is in the headlines again. It's not good news. The Postal Service needs another bailout. Congress needs to stop hurling partisan dogmas and solve the business problem.
In a clear escalation in its response to the coronavirus, Washington is laying down the same medical logistics infrastructure the armed forces use in time of war. Except this time the casualties are civilians brought down in the homeland by a virus.
In February, subzero temperatures in Canada can cause logistics disruptions. This year, in addition to the weather, there is a massive rail blockage triggered by the Wet'suwet'en, an indigenous nation in British Columbia.