Just like car manufacturers, such companies do not exist. Look where the motherboards are made, LCD screens, etc. If one merely assembles a PC here --- you can do it in your garage --- does that make the company American?
And, conversely, if Ford owns Jaguar, which is fully assembled in England, does that make those cars American for you? IBM had locations around the world for decades. So did many other companies like Exxon and DuPont. There is nothing new about outsourcing except for one aspect: people, even conservative like you, now fell for socialist, anti-corporate propaganda of the media. Until recently, they knew better.
You want to strengthen America? Tell your neighbor to spend more time talking to his family, rather than watching TV, and take a course at night rather than buying home theater system. Protectionism does not help.
I assemble them at the kitchen table. You can really do it cheap if you take advantage of all the rebates and stay one year behind in technology. Bare-bones reign!!!
Don't ignore a course in Spanish as a second language. Or Chinese, if you're a long-term thinker.