The 20 most read NRL News Today stories of 2017

By Dave Andrusko

Each year on the last day we publish NRL News Today, we run a list of the best received, most popular stories of the past twelve months. There is no magic to choosing 20, but 20 it is.

Below is a list of the 20 most read stories of 2017. A few words on the common denominators.

Needless to say, our readers want to know all they can about Planned Parenthood, the largest abortion “provider” in the world.

When we debunk one of their bogus assurances about providing genuine health care; or write about defunding a “non-profit” that rakes in over $1.3 billion annually; or highlight how the Trump administration implemented a new Protecting Life in Global Health Assistance Policy—a significant reiteration and expansion of President Ronald Reagan’s Mexico City Policy—which keeps money out of abortion-performing or abortion-promoting organizations, the response is off the charts.

Another common theme are stories that highlight how parents refused to give into prognoses whose “solution” was to abort their child. Many of these stories just melt your heart.

By number, the category of stories most read were accounts of parents who treated their children with Down syndrome exactly as they should: as members of their families where challenges can bring out the best.

Just one other of many. Our readership is very sensitive (as they should be) to attempts to stifle our free speech rights, or our ability to exercise our conscience in matters relating to abortion and assisted suicide. They appreciate “Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty.”

When you have a few moments, read or re-read these 20 stories. I would love to hear your reactions:

Happy New Year!