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Elias Alias

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Re: Made in USA
« Reply #15 on: January 15, 2018, 11:08:57 am »

At the learned suggestion of Bill St.Clair,  he advised  I post in "New Topic", what I hope may be posted as a permanent sticky.

"Hmm... I see 8 pages of "Do-It-Yourself Links and Info" and 12 pages of "Must Have Books/reference material". Neither of these sounds quite like "Made in America"."- Bill

These links  can be then found easily as a quick reference guide to making an informed choice in buying American made products.
 I have these kinds of links "safe in a file..somewhere".

It is my hope they may be kept readily available for our mutual use to refer to here first.
Then we can avoid supporting the Chinese economy, instead of our own!

Moderators? Please do what you do to keep this a permanent guide handy for us all.
Thanks.
Please feel free to edit my intro. And if dealing with these companies, any of us find great or poor results, I think we might post those reviews below.
~Splash
Made in the USA Product Reference Guide- July 2016
http://www.clark.com/american-made-in-the-usa
http://abcnews.go.com/Business/MadeInAmerica/made-america-resource-guide-find-american-companies/story?id=13057404

Well Jeez! They left off "Jewelry". I make jewelry in the USA and would like to sell some to anyone anywhere, either inside the USA or outside the USA, lol!
https://thementalmilitia.net/2016/12/23/jewelry-before-the-revolution/

I totally think that all Americans should buy "American" every chance they get.
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Re: Made in USA
« Reply #16 on: January 16, 2018, 06:01:39 am »

What I strive to do as much as possible is to 'buy local'.  There are a handful of hardware stores in my neck of the woods that are full of great people trying to squeak out a living.  I frequent their brick and mortar stores as much as possible.  I even refused to use Amazon for any Christmas gift purchasing this year. 
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Re: Made in USA
« Reply #17 on: January 16, 2018, 06:53:51 am »

What I strive to do as much as possible is to 'buy local'.  There are a handful of hardware stores in my neck of the woods that are full of great people trying to squeak out a living.  I frequent their brick and mortar stores as much as possible.  I even refused to use Amazon for any Christmas gift purchasing this year.

Outstanding game-plan, knobster. Local is best, for sure.  That is a great way to build friendships which later can open doors to more deep conversations about liberty-related topics. It also is a great way to undo much of the globalist mischief, which of course wants us all to be estranged from our good neighbors. 
There is a spiritual value one receives when one is willing to pay a bit more to support local businesses, especially "mom-and-pop" businesses.
Happy New Year!
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