How Americans Can Buy American

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The Power of Consumer Patriotism

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by Roger Simmermaker
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Outsourcing draws everybody's ire
At a kickoff rally, "Made in America" television host John Ratzenberger spoke passionately about the toll outsourcing has taken on American communities.

 

Companies Crow About Keeping Jobs in the USA
Consumers are paying attention. Web sites such as www.HireAmerica.us list companies that outsource and those that haven't.

 

'The Envelope Please' Airport Security Just Got Better!
MailBack is made in the USA, and will be sold at airport retailers and airline ticket counters close to security checkpoints.

 

Simmermaker Quoted in the University of Delaware Review
Companies proud of the American-made label

 

Businessman eager to take on Reynolds
Jack Davis is just the kind of candidate that needs to be elected to Congress.

 

Outsourcing Prompts a Flood of Letters
The advocates of outsourcing may have their agenda, but concerned Americans outnumber them, and itís only a matter of time until their agenda is buried.

 

BAMW: Canít We Just Outsource Those Who Advocate Outsourcing?
One thing that still divides our country today is that too many people are fixated only on their own special interests, willing to endorse policies that benefit their own industry even though other American industries would be sacrificed.

 

A labor problem
A good article on overseas outsourcing.

 

Campaign to save jobs hits trade show
No cheers for anti-business policies at Chicago rally.

 

Poll: Free trade loses backers
America is starting to get the message.

 

BAMW: How to Buy Inexpensive American-Made Apparel and Stay Out of Wal-Mart
...[P]ay a visit to www.alore.net and browse through their All-American products. By supporting them, youíll be supporting the American worker and the American farmer, and youíll probably be making a more powerful, positive impact on the U.S. economy than you may have first imagined.

 

Wal-Mart PAC Busy This Election Season
Wal-Mart is lobbying for a different kind of protectionism: from class-action and overtime-pay lawsuits.

 

Hundreds of Free Listings!
From Bath Soap, to Hotels, to Yogurt...
These listings are part of over 16,000 brand name products and services in the second edition of How Americans Can Buy American: The Power of Consumer Patriotism...

 

American Made - Union Made
Product Database Includes Over 800 Listings!
Just because a Union made product is made in the USA doesn't mean that it is made by an American company...

 

Do You Know Where Your Car is Made?
- 137 American, Foreign, Union Made, and Non-Union Automobile Listings
These huge incentives that are offered to foreign companies are rarely offered to our own companies here at home. Such incentives allow foreign companies to save hundreds or even thousands of dollars in costs per automobile...

 

 

Why Buy American?

     Forty-percent of the world is in recession. New records have been set for both personal and corporate bankruptcies. America's trade deficit continues to escalate to historic levels. The savings rate has turned negative, as the average consumer spends $1.10 for every dollar they earn. Real wages for working Americans have plummeted 19% since 1972 - about the same time we entered into a so-called "global economy." We only vote for our representatives every two or four years, but we vote with our wallets and checkbooks every day!

     How Americans Can Buy American puts the steering wheel controlling our nation's fate in the hands of those who care about it most - The American People. The time has come for ordinary Americans to take control of America's destiny.

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