• Big Green campaigns kill jobs and enrich Buffett

    Billionaire donors direct anti-pipeline agenda and get richer through secretive foundations Opponents of the Sandpiper Pipeline Project across Minnesota have portrayed themselves as simply being a home-spun coalition of family, student, hiker, and Native American grassroots activists. It’s a nice…

  • We asked St. Louis students, “What is Free-Market Environmentalism?”

    After visiting Washington University in St. Louis not too long ago, we returned to the "Gateway City" this time stopping at Lindenwood University. Strapped with a poster board sign reading,"What is Free-Market Environmentalism?", students were quick to approach us. When…

  • CFACT Legislative Workshop at University of Minnesota

    The legislature can be an intimidating place, especially for college activists who want to bring about change. Knowing where to start, and how to be effective at the capital can be a real challenge. On Tuesday the University of Minnesota…

  • Victory as WV School Board Allows Students to Debate Global Warming

    The West Virginia Board of Education voted yesterday to put an end to months of controversy and open up teaching standards to permit students to consider both sides in the climate debate. The Board voted 6-2 in favor of amending…

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Too Much, Too Fast

Last week I had the opportunity to visit the Black Dog Power Plant along with students from the University of Minnesota Chapter of CFACT. While we were taking the tour,…

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