Veteran’s suicide rate may be double federal estimates, a study suggests

If those figures were to be repeated across the other states, it would push the veteran’s suicide rate from about 17 individuals a day (the official estimate released by the Department of Veterans Affairs last year) to 44 veterans a day. The rate of suicide among veterans may be more than double what federal officials report annually because … More Veteran’s suicide rate may be double federal estimates, a study suggests

Devotional Thought for Today 04/20/2022

PSALM 16 CONTEXT: The (AMP) version calls this A [a]Mikhtam of David [probably intended to record memorable thoughts]. While the (NBLA) Version heading reads, El Señor, herencia del justo en vida y en muerte The Lord, inheritance of the righteous in life and in death. Matthew Henry breaks it down as follows: This psalm has something … More Devotional Thought for Today 04/20/2022

What Are Women For?

Our culture has long struggled with the realities of sexual difference, or “gender.” While first- and second-wave feminism generally asserted that women were equal in value to men, transgenderism now asserts that women are interchangeable with men. Notice the underlying assumption:  in order for men and women to have equal value, they have to be the … More What Are Women For?

Marital Woes

Therefore, shall a man leave his father and his mother, and shall cleave unto his wife: and they shall be one flesh. – Gen 2:24 Is it true that conservatives no longer believe in marriage? Conservatives no longer believe in marriage. That is the lesson many took from a Gallup poll recently shared on Twitter, … More Marital Woes

Erasing Women

A few years ago, my friend and former Breakpoint co-host Eric Metaxas wrote a book called Seven Women. While researching for the book, Metaxas made a strategic decision: he would not write about women who were merely the first women to do something men had already done — even though these were the sorts of women … More Erasing Women

Republicans in Top Form on Draft Day

In a Congress run by Democrats, it’s not every day that conservatives can celebrate a common-sense victory. So when word leaked that there’d been a dramatic change to the military spending bill, most Republicans were waiting for the other shoe to drop. By late Tuesday morning, the rumors about the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) … More Republicans in Top Form on Draft Day