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Pro-hunting recruitment at George Mason!
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Students attending the CFACT club meeting after recruiting on campus pose with the CFACT banner. Earlier this school year, students at George Mason University in Fairfax, VA recruited on campus with a pro-hunting, pro-conservation message. To attract onlooking students, CFACT at the University brought an inflatable deer for supportive college students to sign in support of hunting. "A lot of students enthusiastically came over to sign the deer and get...
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Ohio State hosts in depth discussion on nuclear energy
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CFACT club members pose after their meeting discussing nuclear energy! Collegians at the Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio held meetings of the official CFACT club on campus to discuss the energy issues facing the nation and the world. At the top of the list of discussion was nuclear power. "Nuclear should be the uniting force of those on the right and the left," said CFACT President Kenny Horsley. "It...
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CFACT discusses liberty & property rights in FreedomWorks interview
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By Adam Houser On Tuesday, January 29, 2019, I was invited to speak with Peter Vicenzi of FreedomWorks on their Facebook live stream, with approximately 12,000 viewers as of writing this. We talked about a number of subjects, including CFACT's recent efforts and our message that humanity is a net positive for the planet, not a problem to manage. CFACT's Adam Houser (left) talks with FreedomWorks's Peter Vicenzi (right) You...
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CFACT at LibertyCon: freedom is key to protect humanity, planet
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CFACT President Craig Rucker talks human potential and free market environmentalism to attendees. The potential of humanity through economic freedom and technology is limitless. That is the message CFACT brought to LibertyCon in Washington, D.C., one of the nation's largest gatherings of liberty loving young people, run by Students For Liberty. Through an impactful presentation from CFACT president Craig Rucker, eye-catching activism, and meaningful one-on-one conversations, CFACT's leaders helped drive...
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CFACT Makes Waves At Turning Point USA Conference in West Palm Beach, Florida!
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CFACT Student Austin Lanclos from Louisiana poses in front of CFACT's booth. While the rest of the country was bundled up making snowmen CFACT Collegians put on sunscreen and flip flops and delivered our message of American energy dominance and free market environmentalism to sunny West Palm Beach, Florida at the Turning Point USA SAS Conference. CFACT Associate Director Graham Beduze poses in front of event sign. Packed to the...
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After CFACT “Eco Summit,” students fired up to bring facts to campus
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CFACT President Craig Rucker discusses how CFACT views humanity as a source of limitless potential to solving environmental problems. CFACT's top student activists from around the nation eagerly flocked to Port Charlotte, Florida for the annual "Eco Summit" student retreat over their winter break. While the Collegians gathered to escape the cold winter for a few days in the "Sunshine State," they returned fired up and ready to shed light...
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Becker College in Massachusetts screens “Not Evil Just Wrong”
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Event attendees discuss the issues addressed in the film. With the midterm elections just recently behind us, environmental issues are once again front and center. For example, the newly elected Democratic leadership in the House wants to resurrect a special committee on climate change to hammer the Trump administration's reforms. In light of this, Collegians at Becker College in Worcester, Massachusetts scheduled a screening and discussion of the documentary Not...
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Grove City College Fracking tour drills through misconceptions in PA
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Operators explain the basics of fracking to onlooking students using a large model. To cut through the misinformation disseminated by the radical left on the process of hydraulic fracturing, or "fracking", CFACT coordinated a tour for twenty four Grove City College students in Pennsylvania to see a conventional fracking operation first hand.  This type of fracking is a process by which a mixture of water and sand is used to...
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Vanderbilt students overwhelmingly support conservation through hunting!
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CFACT activists pose with the inflatable deer prior to asking students to sign it in support of hunting! Vanderbilt students are no strangers to deer sightings with the university being nestled in Tennessee, but that didn't stop some confused looks when a giant inflatable deer was spotted last week on campus as part of CFACT's hunting through conservation outreach. One by one heads turned and students began making their way...
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Video: WVU students find out USA leads world in CO2 reduction!
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Leftists around the world have condemned the United States for leaving the Paris Climate Accord in 2017. But what has actually happened with carbon dioxide emissions around the world? A chart showing the reductions, and increases, in CO2 around the world. The USA leads the world in CO2 reductions. CFACT at West Virginia University in Morgantown, WV showed students data from a report developed by economics and finance professor Mark J....
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At Delta State University, Paul Driessen condemns “eco-racism”
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Paul Driessen introduces his subject of discussion via Skype to the students at Delta State. CFACT Senior Policy Adviser Paul Driessen spoke about the issue of "eco-racism" to students at Delta State University in Cleveland, Mississippi. Driessen, who has authored several books and countless articles on how so-called "green" policies hurt the world's least fortunate, gave many of the students their first exposure to the issue. "This racism is subtle,...
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CFACT at Ohio State grows with campus recruitment drive
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3rd year student James Smith distributes flyers about the CFACT club on campus with potential new members. One of CFACT's fastest growing chapters in the country is at the Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. The chapter broke onto the scene last year, and student leaders have been working hard ever since, growing the chapter from the ground up. To continue to build on these efforts, Collegians handed out flyers for...
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Seattle U Collegians clean litter to protect the Puget Sound
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Like its liberal counterparts, Seattle has become yet another "progressive" city with an extensive homelessness problem. The combination of high taxes, energy prices, and barriers to starting and maintaining a small business is driving more and more middle and low-income residents into poverty. Piles of trash that are becoming more frequent in and around Seattle's homeless areas. Picture credit: Seattle Times According to the Seattle Times, this extensive homelessness problem...
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Louisiana Tech & UL discuss free market environmentalism, free speech
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Beduze discusses the importance of free speech and activism with students at the Young Americans for Liberty meeting at UL Students at Louisiana Tech University and the University of Louisiana, Lafayette recently hosted discussions on free market environmentalism and campus activism. CFACT Associate Collegians Director Graham Beduze visited students at each campus and discussed the importance of hunting, energy production, and free speech on college campuses. At Louisiana Tech, students from...
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CFACT’s Morano & economist Bauman exchange blows in climate change debate at U of Minnesota
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Economist Yoram Bauman gives his opening presentation of why he is (albeit wrongly) in favor of a carbon tax. Sparks flew, laughter roared, and facts were presented as CFACT's Marc Morano and economist Yoram Bauman put on the gloves at the University of Minnesota for a spirited debate on climate change. The debate was hosted by the University of Minnesota's Twin Cities CFACT Chapter as a chance to allow students...
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