From the Desk of
Michael Blichasz
American Workers' Advocate
Host of the Saturday Variety Program at 11 A.M.
& American Workers Radio, 11 A.M. Wednesdays
860 AM Radio WWDB • Philadelphia, PA
Commentary from Saturday, March 21, 2015

We Were Never POWERLESS!

When it comes to spending our money the way we choose, We Are Never POWERLESS!

I am pleased to report that we have seen positive changes taking place in America because more Americans are united to save and expand jobs for American workers. People sharing ideas, seeking out and purchasing more American made goods has encouraged business owners and investors to take a second look at what is being offered for sale in America and how America’s consumers are choosing to spend their dollars.

Today, I ask that you put yourself in the position of business owners who are considering to expand or relocate in America. Their main question that they ask is: will the American people continue to go out of their way to support American workers and the Made in America label? If the answer is yes, we have a very strong opportunity to see more of everything being made in America again.

By the way we spend our money we have made it known that the American people don’t want America to be the sales point for foreign products while Americans are unemployed and America’s economy is suffering. We want America’s businesses to know that offering more products representing the skills of American workers from the point of production to the point of sale will allow them to pay their operational expenses, keep people employed, and make a profit to share with their investors.

In recent years, I am often told that foreign businesses are investing in America’s industries. That’s fine and I know of many companies that have invested in America continue to employ American workers and expand their product lines and with a made in the U.S.A. label. In the new global economy, it’s not who owns a company that matters, it is where products are made and how many levels of Americans are employed before that item is offered for sale where you shop. My main concern is that many American businesses have not re-tooled themselves so they can be competition with the imported items now being sold in America.

With your support we continue to work toward seeing a reasonable selection of foreign made and American made items available side-by-side in stores across the U.S.A. To help us reach our goal, every time you go shopping look for, ask for and purchase the items you need that are made in America. If you don’t find what you are looking for in one store, make your concerns known to the sales clerk, then let them know you will be shopping elsewhere. If businesses want your business, they will honor your requests and feature more American made products.

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