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, September 16, 2023

We Make More Progress Every Day!

It is very important that we acknowledge everyone who is helping to promote our efforts to restore jobs and job skills in America.  A Special THANKS to our media supporters from radio, television, newspapers, internet sites, as well as the organizations, and individuals discussing the Buy American Made Campaign with family members and friends.

As our young people return to school, parents must press local and national leaders, as well your local school boards to restore more trade and technology education and all classes needed to get America’s young people ready for the modern workforce long before they graduate.  Restoring trade skills and technology education in America's schools is the only way to expand job skills, and long term prosperity for American workers and America's economy.

Now that more people are speaking up and asking questions, there are more opportunities to expand jobs in America and focus on our goal of no less than 50% of all products sold in America, being made in America once again. Quite frankly, we should have never reached this point, but since we have, we must unite and encourage America’s consumers their spend more of their dollars on products and services that employ our families, friends and neighbors. Otherwise, we will continue to face the reality that America went from a nation that manufactured everything to a nation that is largely dependent on foreign made products.  The main question Americans want answered is, WHY are such a large percentage of the products we use on a day to day basis now made overseas and not in America?

I encourage you to visit our internet site:, which is our way of keeping people informed that America needs more quality job opportunities for American workers.

Thanks for your participation. Your comments and suggestions are always welcome. Email them to:

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