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It's liberalism.  Everything that the left has done, from breaking up the family to driving out manufacturing industries to promoting Third World immigration has made its own spending completely unsustainable. On a social level alone, we don't have the people we need to pay the bills. And at the rate we are going, we will only run up more bills that our demographics and our culture can no longer cash.

Greenfield: Why the Left Refuses to Talk About Muslim Anti-Semitism

syrian refugees

Dear Christians...Love, Jesus

How the common belief of Western Civilization (most of US is Christian) is that Syrian Refugees/Middle Easterners in general are terrorist, while in reality they're just normal people searching for better living opportunities.

Assyrian Empire. This head of a man comes from a figure in a procession of tribute-bearers. The turban on his head and the style of his hair and beard identify him as someone from the west of the empire, probably the Syrian coast or Turkey. 710-705 BCE. From the Palace of Sargon II, Khorsabad, Iraq.

Figure in a procession of tribute-bearers. The turban on his head and the style of his hair and beard identify him as someone from the west of the empire, probably the Syrian coast or Turkey. BCE, from the Palace of Sargon II, Khorsabad, Iraq.

More than 2 1/2 years of violence has ravaged Syria. About 40 percent of its people have been displaced, including millions who have fled th...

Syrian refugee crisis map

Nearly one third of Syria's population is either displaced within Syria or has fled to neighboring countries. Even now, some people are fleeing daily. Map via Dalene Dalene Washington Post

Palmyra was an ancient city in central Syria. Located in an oasis, it had long been a vital caravan stop for travellers crossing the Syrian desert and was known as the Bride of the Desert.  In the 2nd millennium BC, it was a trading city in the extensive network that linked Mesopotamia and northern Syria.  Palmyra is mentioned in the Bible as part of Solomon's Kingdom.  by Rikko77

Palmyra was an ancient city in central Syria. Located in an oasis, it had long been a vital caravan stop for travellers crossing the Syrian desert and was known as the Bride of the Desert. Palmyra is mentioned in the Bible as part of Solomon's Kingdom.

An oasis in the Syrian desert, north-east of Damascus, Palmyra contains the monumental ruins of a great city that was one of the most important cultural centres of the ancient world. From the 1st to the 2nd century, the art and architecture of Palmyra, standing at the crossroads of several civilizations, married Graeco-Roman techniques with local traditions and Persian influences.

in the Syrian desert, north-east of Damascus, Palmyra contains the monumental ruins of an ancient city

Neo-Assyrian ivory furniture inlay from Fort Shalmaneser. 8th century BC.

Fort Shalmaneser, Rm SW Panel w/a male figure grasping a tree; winged sun disc above, ivory. Neo-Assyrian Period, Syrian Style, ca c.

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