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, October 17, 2020

We Can't Hope Our Way to a Better Economy!

So often people talk about how they hope things get better in America. We can all agree, however in order to make positive change happen we can’t hope our way to a better economy and more jobs, we have to take action to make it happen. With the help of Buy American Made Campaign Supporters we have been seeing a growing number of people changing their spending habits and directing more of their dollars to support the businesses that make, distribute and employ many levels of American workers.

In conversations with business owners they say loud and clear that the woes of America are a result of poor national leadership during the last 30 years not working with the businesses moving manufacturing out of the United States.  Business owner’s say there was no way for them to keep their store stocked with products unless they sold the growing number of FOREIGN MADE products being circulated by their merchandisers.

With so many businesses manufacturing more overseas, the American people have been watching unemployment and dependency on government programs growing for more than 30 years.  We have all learned a lot from the spread of the coronovirus pandemic in the United States and all see this is an opportunity to take charge of America's health concerns and help restore America's industries, that supply products with American made labels.

There have already been many positive changes happening in the United States during the last few years prior to the coronivirus pandemic. Your asked to help our fellow Americans make more jobs available by spending more of your dollars on American made FIRST.

In just a few weeks, we will be promoting November as American Made Month.  For more information about this national campaign promoted by American Workers Radio visit”.  This is another opportunity for us to promote local and national industries making and assembling products in America, which will employ more American workers and add to America's economy.  Thanks for your participation.

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