From the Desk of
Michael Blichasz
American Workers' Advocate
Host of the Saturday Variety Program at 11 A.M.
1540 AM Radio WNWR • Philadelphia, PA
Commentary from Saturday, June 4, 2011

Bring The Money Back Home!

In order to improve America's economy and help restart America's industries, we all have to work together to bring back jobs and BRING THE MONEY BACK TO AMERICA.

With more people speaking up at stores, contacting elected officials and focusing their spending on the products still made in the U.S.A., Americans have launched a powerful campaign for change in America.

It is very clear that businesses left America and outsourced around the world to take advantage of low labor costs and avoid high U.S. corporate taxes. We saw that it became easier to employ people overseas and register a corporate headquarters in another country mainly to avoid U.S. corporate taxes. After a review of what took place in the last 30 years, we see that America's tax base diminished and corporations will continue business as usual if we don’t speak up to restore America's economy and future.

One way to bring back jobs to America would be for our elected leaders in Washington to announce that they have agreed to provide long-term tax reductions to corporations that move back to the U.S.A. The same long term tax reductions must be given to the industries that never left our shores so they can maintain and expand their product line and services and get more people back to work.

As the Cost of labor overseas goes up and the cost of shipping products from overseas to the U.S.A. continues to rise, corporations are considering restoring some industry closer to their point of sale. In the process investors will want a return on their investments and American workers will need a livable wage. Both of these goal will be accomplished when America’s leaders work for the benefit of America FIRST!

As you go shopping, spend your dollars considering how much better things would be if more of the items you purchase were made by American workers. More dollars would be infused into America's economy and industries would have more capital to invest in new technologies to produce quality products in a cost-effective environment.

Before you make your purchase look at every label and think how using you spending power wisely will benefit American workers and improve America's economy.

This is Michael Blichasz. I thank you for your comments and suggestion and knowing that you’re encouraging your family and friends to support the Buy American Made Campaign. Email me from the front page of: