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 28, 2013

Circulate More of Our Money in America!

Every person looking for a job can see that the glut of foreign made products has eliminated tens-of-million of job opportunities in the U.S.A. We all know this should have been addressed 30 years ago when industries in America were still in full operation. Once America's leaders and the American people saw that more than 50% of just about everything sold in our stores was foreign made, there should have been an immediate movement to change this reality and KEEP JOBS IN AMERICA. I fully understand the FREE MARKET, but after 30 years of poor oversight of the economy by national leaders, it is clear that free market policies of the past have worked to our disadvantage and have cost us jobs and in some cases entire industries.

Today, grass-roots campaigns like American Workers Need You, Buy American Made Campaign, Made in America, radio programs, newspapers and Internet sites promoting the need for jobs have helped Americans better understand the importance of supporting businesses based in America. Our goal is not to live on an island by ourselves, but to restore at least a 50/50 balance of what is available for sale in our stores and keep more of our dollars circulating in the U.S.A.

With more people speaking up where they shop, contacting their elected officials and focusing their spending on products made in America, we have launched a powerful campaign to help restore America's industries, increase job opportunities and jobs skills and CIRCULATE MORE OF OUR MONEY IN AMERICA.

We have also initiated another NATIONAL effort urging people to shop at local businesses throughout the year and especially during National Small Businesses Weekend on the First Friday, Saturday and Sunday of Every Month. Supporting local businesses helps keep over 60 million Americans employed and your are asked to promote this effort.

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