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, April 20, 2013

In Order to Make an Economy a Success

Since the first settlers came to America at Jamestown, Virginia, everyone was expected to do their part to make the new settlement a success. That was over 400 years ago and since then America has become a nation known for endless inventions, and until more recent years, an industrial powerhouse. During the 19th and 20th century, immigrants were encouraged to come to the United States because industries needed more workers to meet the demands of not only America’s consumers, but consumers from throughout the globe.

There is no question that things have changed over the years, but there is no reason that America should have lost even one industry. Today, modern technology requires less people to make and distribute products, HOWEVER, every day NEW Products are placed on the market, so there should always be new jobs available for American workers.

Part of America’s success depends on its leaders, who were elected to work for the well-being of the American people. Part of national leadership in America should also include ongoing efforts to maintain a positive environment for private sector businesses to thrive and keep Americans employed. The fact that more than 40 million Americans need some level of employment and over 50 million Americans are living in poverty is a result of our national elected leaders’ lack of focus on helping industries remain in the U.S.A.

In order to make any economy a success, everyone possible must participate in some level of the workforce. There is no reason for 50 million Americans to be living in poverty in the greatest nation on earth and no reason for tens-of-millions of Americans to ever be unemployed in the land of many opportunities.

We have made enormous amount of progress in bringing attention to the cause of American workers, but as you can see, we need to do more to have private sector businesses expand and restore industries in the U.S.A. Buying more American made products helps our cause. Spread the word because America NEEDS US!

This is Michael Blichasz. Thanks for your assistance promoting the Buy American Made Campaign. Tune in to American Workers Radio every Wednesday at 11 A.M. on 860 AM Radio, serving Philadelphia and the tri-state area. You can also listen live or to our rebroadcasts from the links located on the front page of: