by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • The Maryland Board of Physicians has closed the probe into abortionist LeRoy Carhart in the death of Jennifer Morbelli from complications of a late-term abortion:

    In his first direct comments on the case, Carhart said: “I totally believe that we did everything as correctly as possible.

    “It’s a horrendous thing for the family and it’s hard for me. I think about it every day.”

  • At The Hill, Marjorie Dannenfelser discusses how most late-term abortions are elective.


  • has the story of Auburn’s 100th homecoming queen and her pro-life story:

    Molly Anne Dutton made headlines on Saturday when she was crowned Auburn’s 100th homecoming queen.

    This week, the 22-year-old horticulture student is making headlines, again; but it’s the story behind her unique “Light up LIFE” platform that’s getting all the attention this time around.

    Dutton is the daughter of a young, married woman who survived a sexual assault in California and became pregnant, according to a news release this week from “Light up LIFE,” the horticulture club-based group that ran her campaign. To compound matters, the woman’s husband gave her an ultimatum: Abort the baby or get a divorce.

    Rather than having the abortion, Dutton’s mom chose to move to Alabama and carry the baby to term. She worked with Lifeline Children’s Services, a Christian adoption group in Birmingham, Ala., to place the child in a home.

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