Tyler O'Neil

Religious Freedom in China

Chinese Christian activist addresses repression in China

A prominent Chinese Christian leader discussed religious freedom in the nation at the Family Research Council Wednesday.

Giving Guerrillas the Boot

Author Max Boot's 'Invisible Armies' Sees Unconventional Warfare as the Norm

Max Boot’s new book, “Invisible Armies: An Epic History of Guerrilla Warfare from Ancient Times to the Present,” questions the widely held view that unconventional warfare is a new problem.

Shining a Light on Slavery

Human trafficking remains problem for America, world, experts say

Friday marks national Human Trafficking Awareness Day and President Obama has designated January the “National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month.”

The Dress Rehearsal for Obama 2012

Komen fight with Planned Parenthood was preview of importance of social issues in 2012 election, book says

Karen Handel, one-time senior vice president for public policy at the Susan G. Komen for the Cure, called Planned Parenthood’s January funding battle with Komen a “test campaign” for President Barack Obama’s reelection.

Equal Treatment Under the Law

Activist Ward Connerly sees end of affirmative action on the horizon

Ward Connerly says the Supreme Court’s upcoming ruling in Fisher v. University of Texas may help kill racial preferences once and for all.

Private (Union) Takeover of Public Schools

Privately run unions have ruined public schools, critics say

President Barack Obama and the Democrats have portrayed themselves as supporters of public education but their policies have turned public schools into strongholds for powerful private groups of teachers unions, critics say.

Down and Out in Obama’s America

Millennial Americans hit hardest by job slump, unemployment data show

The jobs report for the month of October released on Friday reveals a bleak outlook and lack of opportunity for younger workers in the Obama economy.

The Student Debt Racket

Increase of college debt among grads highest in history, study shows

The amount of student debt has increased to record levels during President Obama's administration despite longstanding promises to tackle the problem, according to a report by the College Board Advocacy and Policy Center.

Winning the War for Women

New survey shows young female voters support GOP economic priorities

A poll released Thursday by Generation Opportunity revealed the depth of young women’s support for free-market policies.

The Great Millennial Meltdown

Young Americans bearing brunt of economic malaise

Millennials are bearing the brunt of the slow recovery and losing faith in President Obama according to Paul T. Conway, former Chief of Staff at the US Department of Labor and current President of Generation Opportunity.