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SPI 353: How Alex from Travel Fashion Girl Built Her Empire
Data, ads, SEO, affiliate marketing, and organic connection with your audience can drive massive traffic and revenue for your online business. Today, Alex Jimenez from Travel Fashion Girl breaks down the tools and tactics she used to grow a niche site with almost 1 million monthly visitors! Podcast show notes available here: https://www.smartpassiveincome.com/session353
The Smart Passive Income
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Reihan Salam makes the case against open borders
In his new book, Melting Pot or Civil War: A Son of Immigrants Makes the Case Against Open Borders, Reihan Salam tries to do something difficult: build a pro-immigrant case for a more restrictive immigration system. This is an argument, interestingly, that’s as much about inequality as it is about immigration. “Diversity is not the problem,” Salam writes. “What’s uniquely pernicious is extreme between-group inequality.”Salam, the executive editor of the National Review, thus makes a two-sided case: He argues that a socially sustainable immigration system is one where America is more deeply committed to equality, which means both focusing on higher-skilled immigrants who need less support and radically raising the amount of support we’re willing to give immigrants who do need it. And that compromise, he argues, should be paired with a more serious American effort to improve the economic conditions of the places immigrants travel here from. Is this a synthesis that makes sense? Does it really address the cleavages preventing us from moving forward on immigration? And what are the fundamental values that we should base our immigration system on anyway? That’s what Reihan and I discuss in this episode. Recommended books: The Other Side of Assimilation: How Immigrants Are Changing American Life by Tomas JimenezReplenished Ethnicity: Mexican Americans, Immigration, and Identity by Tomas JimenezWho Are We?: The Challenges to America's National Identity by Samuel Huntington
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The Blue Light - Episode 53 - "Bernie The Bear"
Thank you for tuning in to the latest installment of The Green Light. On episode 53 “Bernie the Bear”, the guys jumped right in to their 5 minutes of reflection where BG tried to explain why he is the best question ducker on the east coast. On the weekly scenario we discuss our expectations for our children when they start dating and do those expectations change because of the child’s gender. After a lengthy discussion on our scenario we get in to the News and General Conversation and we talk about things like Burberry’s stupidity to Malia Obama underage drinking to an Alabama newspaper urging the KKK to hang democrats and much more. We then bring you 2 feel good stories that will make your day and follow that up with Movies, Music and Ish where we give props to Spike Lee for finally taking home an Oscar. We wrap up this episode with our sports take where we discuss Jim Boeheim accidentally taking a man’s life ( RIP Jorge Jimenez), NFL cap space and nasty ass Robert Kraft and Zion’s injury...Pull Up!!!
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