I was wondering if this was too political but almost nobody is against buying American. Conservative, liberal, or just tired of everything falling apart after a week, every American has a reason to buy American. Some people are concerned about the decline of the manufacturing sector here. On either end of the spectrum, there are people concerned about the fuel it takes to ship their goods from southeast Asia, whether because of all the greenhouse gases that creates, or because of the fact that the fuel tends to come from countries that are not exactly friendly to the US. Some people are concerned about inhumane manufacturing practices, and others just want better quality goods-- and something made by child labor in a sweatshop is not going to be of good quality. Some are concerned because the lowest-bidding country is generally the one with the lowest standards for worker safety, others because the same is true of product safety, and still others are concerned about environmental regulations. Almost every American wants to buy American... but how? Here are a few links I have. Please add your own too: Buy American produce. American Apparel Rag and Bone's website does not appear to be working at the moment, but they're available at ritzy stores like Barney's and Neiman-Marcus-- we're talking fancy designer clothes, but most fancy designer clothes are Chines-made crap too, so it's a plus. If I had a bunch of money, I'd probably wear their stuff. Here is something about them from style.com. And here are three general links: American-made products available at online retailer BuyAmerican.com. The Union Shop - your home for all things Made In the USA and Union Made. VoyForums: B.A.P. [Buy American Products] As you can see, we need more links, so please contribute any links you know of too.