This is “the” 4th of July story this year, and this is a story that every Freedom loving American needs to follow.
We have expressed our opinion in other Blog posts on this site that the only way things are going to change for the better in this nation is for folks to pull together and help each other “From the Bottom Up” (Not going to happen from the top down). That’s blatantly obvious at this point. Not from the promises from the top, and not from all of the accumulated debt that has piled on the taxpayer’s backs by the fiscal policy of the nation’s politicians and financial elite. It’s only from “The Bottom Up”, that folks are going to effect the changes that need to happen.
This is a story that brings “Hope” into the picture, with the point being made that Americans can Bail Out each other by “Building it here and buying it here”.
Gratitude’s to WND and everyone involved for helping to making this effort a reality.
Check out some quotes from this article;
“Joblessness and dysfunctional government go hand in hand,” said Joseph Farah, co-founder of WND and a new project called American Made Stores. “Washington hasn’t done a single thing to improve the economic climate in America in years. So it’s time for Americans to act collectively to help each other.”
That’s the concept behind American Made Stores, a partnership between WND and REKO, WND’s heralded online shopping fulfillment company – the one noted for its top-notch customer service at the WND Superstore.
Today it’s a website – soon the first brick-and-mortar store will open in Blue Springs, Mo., just outside Kansas City.”
And, “To rebirth American manufacturing while educating Americans about the importance of a strong and vibrant U.S.-based manufacturing economy by offering a unique, convenient, cost-saving and fun shopping experience for those wishing to find American-made products in one place. By rewarding companies who employ Americans working in factories on American soil, you can direct your purchasing power in a way that will not only benefit you and your family, but stimulate a manufacturing renaissance that will benefit your descendants and your country.”
And also; “It’s just not true that Americans can’t make quality products at reasonable prices,” he said. “It’s also not true that American manufacturing is no longer important to the country. In fact, it’s a matter of vital national security.”
American Made Stores will provide an opportunity to honor companies that have remained or are returning to U.S.-based manufacturing.
Say it LOUD and say it PROUD, “We Love Our Country”, and this story brings new meaning to the phrase “Independence Day”.