Mission Rio: A.K.’s Report from the Trenches

Posted on June 13, 2012 in featured, News

Team Rio – Day 1 Our arrival in Rio after a red-eye flight from the U.S. found us all tired but eager to get going with CFACT’s important work at the UN Rio+20 conference.  We knew while delegates were coming here to alarm the world about the doom and gloom facing humanity from alarmist “crisis” […]

Recently Formed CFACT St. Olaf Chapter Draws Crowd

Posted on April 25, 2012 in News

On Monday, the newly started CFACT chapter at St. Olaf College hosted a debate on campus.  The topic of the debate was Fracking.  The pro-fracking position was made by CFACT chapter president Pawel Benedykcinski while the anti-fracking position was taken by a liberal “green” group.  Over 3 dozen college students attended with both sides garnering […]

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Live Stream of Lord Monckton

Posted on March 5, 2012 in News

Join Lord Christopher Monckton, the 3rd Viscount Monckton of Brenchley, for a live webinar of a talk presented by CFACT’s student chapter at Union College in Schenectrady, New York at 5:30 PM EST today, Monday, March 5th. The subject?  Climate of course.  For years now, Lord Monckton has been criss-crossing the globe skewering global warming […]

CFACT Syracuse Hosts Alex Epstein

Posted on December 2, 2011 in News

Recently, CFACT University of Syracuse hosted a lecture by Alex Epstein, the founder of the Center for Industrial Progress on the subject of fracking, a method by which to extract large amounts of natural gas or coal by fracturing existing rock with pressurized liquid. “The event was extremely informative, everyone was really impressed!” stated CFACT Syracuse […]

CFACT Texas A & M Celebrates Constitution Day While Administrators Attack Original Intent

Posted on September 22, 2011 in News

Texas A&M Collegians for a Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT) and the Aggie Conservatives are offering a perspective not often promoted on college campuses: a strict reading of the Constitution based on the Founding Fathers’ original intent. The two groups did so by distributing pocket Constitutions, passing out Constitution factsheets, and rallying with handmade posters on Constitution […]

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CFACT Baylor: Save the Easy Bake Oven!

Posted on September 22, 2011 in News

Once upon a time, in 2007, Congress passed a far-reaching law that is scheduled to go into effect in 2011 (this fall)… This law effectively bans 100-watt incandescent light bulbs from the market. Incidentally, the Easy Bake Oven you see here runs on 100-watt bulbs. Now, with all the problems now facing our country, we […]

CFACT-UMN Chapter Wins ‘Best Student Group’ Award

Posted on June 23, 2011 in News

Congratulations to the CFACT chapter at the University of Minnesota for winning the “Best Student Group” Grapevine Award! Every year the campus newspaper, The Minnesota Daily, conducts their annual ‘Grapevine Awards’.  The Minnesota Daily describes their awards here, “Grapevine Awards is The Minnesota Daily’s annual “Best-Of” issue. It allows the student body to vote on their favorite U of […]

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CFACT SUNY Syracuse: What’s the First Thing You Think of When You Hear the Word “Green?”

Posted on April 25, 2011 in News

  Recently, CFACT SUNY Syracuse set out to discover what New Yorkers think of first when they hear the word “green.” CFACT questioned 100 participants about the word “green.” The students found that 4 percent thought of drugs first, 9 percent thought of the color, 11 percent thought of totally random things like Kermit the […]

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CFACT Video Contest Entry: CFACT Louisville News!

Posted on April 18, 2011 in News

 In a CFACT News segment called The Bottom Line, Morgan and Travis Hancock discuss the latest headlines. According a new U.N. Report, the “Global Warming” outlook is much worse than originally expected, which is pretty bad considering they originally said “Global Warming would destroy the planet. Al Gore has also stated that Global Warming is happening […]

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Constitution Day at Duluth

Posted on April 5, 2011 in News

On March 31st, 2011, CFACT at the University of Minnesota Duluth set up a table with a sign that said “Free Constitutions.” We had a box with 200 pocket constitutions at our side, and we were focused on handing out every single one. We arrived at 10:00 a.m. and we stayed until 1:30 p.m. Throughout […]

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