CFACT at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities Activities Fair!

Posted on September 12, 2014 in featured, News
Activities Fair 2014

On September 9th the University of Minnesota Twin Cities campus held an activities fair at the Coffman Memorial Union. Many students attended the event, and many stopped by the CFACT table. Most of the students were very concerned about the environment, and many were interested in hearing about CFACT’s unique approach of using free market […]

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UVA Seeks Refuge From The Library

Posted on April 25, 2014 in featured, News

As final exams loom ever closer for college students across the country, CFACT’s University of Virginia chapter took to the outdoors to escape the close confines of the library. Exchanging the Red Bull and highlighters for some sturdy hiking shoes, the students explored the Humpback Rocks are just outside of Charlottesville, VA, home to the […]

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Ann Coulter on CFACT – “Real Environmentalism, real conservation, that’s fantastic!”

Posted on April 15, 2014 in featured, News
“Real Environmentalism, real conservation, that’s fantastic!” - Ann Coulter

  CFACT at the University of Minnesota hosted best selling author Ann Coulter on April 8 in the Willey Hall auditorium. Coulter addressed a wide range of topics and stated unequivocally that, “The free market makes things cheaper and better over time.  Liberals can’t learn this, even though it’s right in front of their faces.  […]

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Paul Driessen Featured in REAL Energy Speaker Series

Posted on April 15, 2014 in featured, News

CFACT, as a part of its’ REAL Energy, Not Green Energy campaign, has travelled across the country over the past several months and featured some of the biggest names in free-market environmentalism on college campuses. In California, schools had the opportunity to hear Marita Noon, executive director of Energy Makes America Great, Inc. In New […]

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Lafayette Continues Recruiting Members

Posted on April 14, 2014 in featured, News
Graham Beduze distributes REAL Energy literature on ULL's campus

Graham Beduze, the Chairman of CFACT at the University of Louisiana-Lafayette (ULL,) has focused his efforts this year on growing CFACT in an organic fashion, recruiting members by having conversations with them about the issues that are most important to them. For this beautiful, warm Thursday afternoon down in the Bayou, CFACT teamed up with […]

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Driessen Debates Down in Dixie

Posted on April 14, 2014 in featured, News
Packed room to see the YAL Panelist Debate featuring CFACT's Paul Driessen

By start time, there was not a seat left in the room and many had to stand in the back to see the following discussion. It was at 6:00 PM on Tuesday April 8th, that the University of Alabama – Birmingham (UAB) chapter of the Young Americans for Liberty hosted a debate on the issue […]

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Vassar Canvasses Campus

Posted on April 11, 2014 in featured, News
Julian Hassan distributes REAL Energy literature to students in the Vassar dining hall.

On a calm evening on the very scenic Vassar campus, CFACT’s Rob Harrelson joined Vassar student Julian Hassan in an effort to introduce students to the REAL Energy, Not Green Energy campaign. Vassar College’s CFACT presence, which has dedicated most of the year to canvassing the campus and recruiting students interested in free-market environmentalism. Tuesday […]

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Morano Stirs the Debate in New York

Posted on April 8, 2014 in featured, News
Marc Morano illustrates what he thinks about much of the climate change narrative being driven by its' activists.

Controversy. Confrontation. Facts. Such words could be used to describe the past, exciting week for CFACT as they held their 2nd REAL Energy Speaker Series, featuring Marc Morano. Morano, the founder and executive editor of, and noted TV commentator on such channels as FOX News, CNN, and The Blaze, was the featured speaker for two […]

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Ron Paul Speaks at Syracuse

Posted on March 31, 2014 in featured, News

On March 26th the CFACT chapter at Syracuse University co-hosted former Congressman Ron Paul on campus. Paul addressed a crowd of nearly 1,100 in Hendricks Chapel.  The event was sold out and many students showed up hoping to have an opportunity to see the talk. Congressman Paul walked out to a roaring ovation and kept […]

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Speaker Series a Success in Los Angeles

Posted on March 17, 2014 in featured, News
Marita Noon shares some findings from an energy report during the REAL Energy Speaker Series

“Jobs and economic development are the most important argument to market to college students now,” thundered Marita Noon at the second of two lectures she held on college campuses last week. Noon, known widely as “America’s Voice on Energy,” spent several days last week serving as the first of several speakers heading out to campuses […]

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