Are you into organic clothing and eating and wondering where you can find business’s that provide an array of clothing made in the USA? Here is one small company called Snugorganics.com that provides their customers with organic wool sleepers and encourages the planning of Eco baby showers. If you are going to a baby shower and you know the parents will be buying organic, this company’s products will make great gifts. Visit their website and take a look at the blog. The ideas you can get are great like how to have an eco baby shower, making a registry and even some gluten free recipes. Good stuff here!
Comfort care is important to many people and this company, called Tomorrowsworld.com was established in 1991 and has been around for almost two decades, being one of America’s first green eco-stores. The have a collection of mattresses and organic bedding that they call CozyPure that is made in Norfolk Virginia. If you are looking for organic cotton towels and kitchen bags or even cotton clothing, this company has it. The company says right on their website, “Scores of apparel lines, towels, linens and home accessories are now imported. The most ironic is seeing a tee shirt proudly displaying a screen print with a “USA” logo on the front and reading the label that says it’s made in some third-world country.” How many times have you seen that? Continue reading
I get a newsletter each week from Roger Simmermakers How to Buy American and thought I would share this insightful story below. Everyone I urge you to Buy American today and everyday. This is so important!
Bill O’Reilly’s “Patriot Store” parody
If you missed Bill O’Reilly’s mailbag segment on May 22, you missed a mockery in the making of any reasonable meaning of what a “Patriot Store” might be all about.
Stewart Hollins in Rio Ranch, N.M., opined that Mr. O had some great looking mugs and terrific bold and fresh shirts, but wondered where these items were made. Mr. O’Reilly replied, “Mugs are made in the USA, Stewart. The shirts in Central America. We cannot get the volume of shirts we need in America, sadly.” Continue reading