Robert Novak writes on a new front opening in the struggle to protect unborn human lives. Planned Parenthood, the nation's largest abortion provider and promoter, is facing a 107-count grand jury indictment in Kansas, opening a new opportunity for prolife efforts to attempt to curtail the organization's deadly activities.
National anti-abortion leaders Wednesday put finishing touches on a letter to be sent to all members of Congress urging suspension of more than $300 million in federal funding of Planned Parenthood until a massive criminal case brought in Kansas against the abortion rights organization is settled. That launches an attack against the nation's largest purveyor of "reproductive health care" -- including abortions.
This news breaks in the midst of 40 Days for Life, an unprecedented prayer campaign to turn the tide toward a culture of life.