From the Desk of
Michael Blichasz
American Workers' Advocate
Host of the Saturday Variety Program at 11 A.M.
860 AM Radio WWDB • Philadelphia, PA
Commentary from Saturday, August 11, 2012



Do It For America!

We can all agree that America's taxpayers have helped nations around the world for many years through foreign aid programs authorized by our national elected leaders. Their actions and our tax dollars have also contributed to the success of the growing global economy, but unfortunately at the expense of tens-of-millions of American jobs. In directing so much time and money toward the well-being of other countries, we see that our national leaders neglected the well-being of America and American workers without any concern about the loss of American jobs.

With these thoughts in mind, I urge you to help me promote redirecting the attention of our national leaders to the well-being of our fellow Americans and the industries that currently employ them or could employ them in the future.IF we all work together, that is national elected officials, America’s business leaders and America’s consumers we will see more re-established in the U.S.A. using modern manufacturing standards that will compete with manufacturers around the world.

For decades Americans watched other countries open industries to benefit their people while Americans saw our industries close and jobs move overseas. Now it is time for us to watch private sector industries edpanding and opening in the U.S.A. that would expand manufacturing jobs and employment opportunities in management, accounting, sales, research and development, shipping and many others.

I encourage you to get in the habit of checking every product you're considering buying for where it's made. If it’s foreign made, ask managers if they have the same item made in America and discuss your concerns with them. If there is nothing made in America, try shopping elsewhere. IF we continue to spend more of our dollars in support of products made in the U.S.A., more domestic industries will want to expand and our job situation and economy will improve.

As we get this message out we must all understand that "We The American People" have a lot of work to do to restore confidence in America. So spread the word and tune in to American Workers Radio, every Wednesday at 11 A.M. on 860 AM Radio broadcasting in Philadelphia and surrounding states. You can also listen on the Internet ANYTIME 24-hours a-day from AmericanWorkersRadio.com.

This is Michael Blichasz, and I appreciate hearing from you. You can email me from my Internet site at: AmericanWorkersNeedYou.com.