To the man that came in and tried to rant about how "nothing is made in the USA": did you even look?
If you mistrust the word of your local clerks, perhaps you could trust the facts from strangers on the tool called the Internet. Sorry dude, but the nothing-is-made-in-the-USA is a tired complaint and no longer shows frustration, but rather, lazy stinginess.
Also, for items of which there is no domestically made alternative, have you considered that maybe it is not as simple as you think? There are a lot of things that consumers expect to be inexpensive and I cannot imagine a USA version. Who is going to work in these factories? Because YOUR kids are going to have Important Jobs, not lowly factory work.
Anyway. I think of this often.