Well, some of us actually remember when America was considered an actual world power (and not on the fast track to becoming an impoverished 3rd world POS nation), exported more than it imported, and actually took pride in the products that boasted the 'Made in the USA' stamp.
Even though I drive a rice burner....and god only knows where the parts to that were made or assembled....I still prefer to buy American made stuff when I can.
Here are some websites that show huge product listing that are actually made in the good 'ol USA. Most of these sites appreciate input from the people that visit them and any additions to what they list:
At any rate, if you want to make sure that the product you are paying money for was actually made in the USA and not assembled or made by some people whose language you couldn't possibly speak or understand, in some sweathouse, in some POS country you never would consider visiting given the choice, check out these sites before you buy.