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, August 26, 2023

An Equal Balance Will Restore Millions of Jobs and Job Skills!

Americans know that more American made products sold in the United States is the key to a successful future for America. If all of us continue to focus on an EQUAL balance between domestic and imported products, this would benefit American workers and our entire nation.

Many of our supporters report that they can clearly see that items formerly made in the United States are now on sale with well know brand names, are now listed as made in foreign countries. That’s unfortunate and it represents the failure of leadership at many levels in the United States to keep industries and jobs in America for the well-being of American workers and America’s future.

Getting businesses to expand or relocate in the United States requires business leaders and elected officials to work TOGETHER to reduce taxes and unnecessary regulations which added to the reasons America’s businesses chose to locate their production facilities outside of America for almost 40 years. New policies presented by America’s leaders to help restore production in America, would help expand the industries making what Americans purchase most often, and would help the United States return to its former status as a major manufacturer of products.

We also ask that you support your local businesses throughout the years and during National Small Business Weekend which is always the FIRST Friday, Saturday and Sunday of the each month. Be sure to let your local stores owners and workers know that you’re a supporter of American Made products, and ask them to request more American made items for their suppliers, so businesses in America can produce more and keep our fellow-Americans employed.

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