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, July 4, 2015

Independence and Jobs!

As we celebrate the 4th of July and mark the 239th Anniversary of America’s Independence, it is a good time to make an honest assessment of our way of life in the greatest nation on earth. Every aspect of life has changed during the last 239 years, but the ideals of freedom, peace and justice for all remain the same.

For centuries, people of virtually all nations and creeds journeyed to America in search of freedom and opportunity. Many ventured here to stake a claim in the vast American frontier, others sought employment during the Industrial Revolution, and still others sought political asylum from oppressive governments. Most came with only pennies in their pocket, but they arrived with courage and a firm hope that they would be successful in America.

As we celebrate America’s Independence, I urge you to support American workers and American businesses so that more Americans can enjoy not only the freedom we cherish, but the jobs they need which will allow them the opportunity to support themselves and their families and realize just a small piece of the American dream.

Through our support for American Made products at the cash register, where it really counts, we help provide the financial means for America’s private sector businesses to invest in a modern industrial revolution which would support many levels of employment and add to the well-being of America’s economy, its cities and local communities. It can be done if we stick together and we all speak up where we shop as our founding fathers would have done 239 years ago!

Working together we can restore the JOBS Americans need, so spend as many of your dollars as possible on products and services that will help us restore no less than a 50-50 balance of what is sold in America.

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