Sarah Chamberlain’s interview on the Lars Larson Show - USMCA.
Remember Aesop’s fable about the grasshopper and the ant? While the ant worked hard to store food, the grasshopper sang and played, believing the current time of plenty would still be there in the future. While our economy enjoys a year of low unemployment, low energy prices, slight inflation, record setting stock markets, and corresponding growth in retirement portfolios, we may be tempted like the grasshopper to think this plentiful trend will continue forever. But it won’t. ”
Whenever I meet a military veteran, I make sure I say “thank you for your service.” They typically reply with a simple “you’re welcome” or “thank you.” Recently, however, when I offered those words of gratitude to a veteran, he not only replied with “thank you,” but he added “Thank my family, too. Sometimes they have it harder than me.”.
Sarah Chamberlain’s interview with Tim Farley on SiriusXM - POTUS Morning Briefing.
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