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, February 2, 2013

Stop, Look, Listen and Spend Accordingly!

There continues to be growing enthusiasm for promoting JOBS in the U.S.A. by seeking out and purchasing the American made products presently available. Through their purchasing power the American people are making it known that they want to return to being a nation of multi-skilled workers capable of producing items competitively and of the highest quality.

As we continue on the road to restoring America's industries, I encourage you to network with family, friends and neighbors and let them know which American made products you purchased lately and the stores where you purchased them. Businesses selling predominantly foreign made products must see that the American people are walking away because they don't see enough American made items available to them.

As we continue this grass-roots campaign, I urge you to stop and look at every label, and listen closely to the responses of store managers as you ask them if they are planning to feature a larger selection of American made items. While recognizing the benefits of a growing global economy, we must insist on an equal number of American made products to support our domestic economy.

Because more people are supporting American workers and America's industries, our concerns are being discussed by the most important people, the investors and leaders of private sector industries. I encourage you to add to the enthusiasm of the Buy American Made Campaign and help us promote the 50/50 balance between American made and imported products which would have tens-of-millions of Americans employed and help to support America's economy. At this point, everything depends on how the American people choose to spend their hard-earned dollars. Thanks for spreading the word.

This is Michael Blichasz, and as always, I appreciate hearing from you. Email me from my Internet site at: Tune in to our radio program every Wednesday at 11 A.M. on 860 AM Radio broadcasting in Philadelphia and the TriState area. You can also listen live and hear rebroadcasts on the Internet 24-hours-a-day from: