Updates

12/17/13

With the controversy over Made in China Olympics uniforms not even two years old, the nation's leading sports authority is at it again. This time it's with mittens they're selling to drum up funds to help winter athletes heading off to Sochi in February.

12/17/13

With the controversy over Made in China Olympics uniforms not even two years old, the nation's leading sports authority is at it again. This time it's with mittens they're selling to drum up funds to help winter athletes heading off to Sochi in February.

12/16/13

Out of work? Thinking about starting a Made in America business? Get a few Alpacas, the llama's less aggressive and smaller cousin. An industry that thrived mostly in South America appears to have made its way north of the border, at least in New England, where the once-thriving textile industry that has taken a profound dive over the past few decades.

12/14/13

Be careful what conclusions you jump to when buying what you think is a Made in America gift. Looks can be deceiving. The Federal Trade Commission recently busted E.K. Ekcessories for slapping a “Truly Made in America” label that wasn't quite what it claimed.

12/14/13

Be careful what conclusions you jump to when buying what you think is a Made in America gift. Looks can be deceiving. The Federal Trade Commission recently busted E.K. Ekcessories for slapping a “Truly Made in America” label that wasn't quite what it claimed.

12/09/13

In an op-ed appearing in the Washington Examiner, conservative grassroots leaders from across Texas slam President Obama's bid for more power and urge Congress to vote "NO!"

12/04/13

Country of Origin (COOL) Labeling rules defined by the U. S. Department of Agriculture leave loopholes that mean consumers are not getting all the information they need to make informed buying decisions.  We need to make Country of Origin Labeling mandatory for all processed food, writes AJA board member Michele Nash-Hoff.

12/03/13

You’ve heard of Black Friday and Cyber Monday. At the American Jobs Alliance, we’d like to introduce you to Red Tuesday. With only 22 days until Christmas, we want to remind you that you can make a difference in narrowing our nation’s ridiculous trade deficits with China by buying as little cheap Chinese crap as possible for the holidays.

12/01/13

Fashion designer Nanette Lepore would like nothing more than to see her designs for J.C. Penney manufactured stateside but even a staunch supporter of New York City's garment sector can't control shoppers' appetite for inexpensive clothing produced overseas. 

11/29/13

U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman doesn’t mean a word he speaks about trade policy, according to former Reagan administration trade adviser Clyde Prestowitz. The latest leak of the Trans-Pacific Partnership free trade pact draft proves it.

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