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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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CFACT Video Contest Entry: Pseudo-9/11 Imagery Used for Anti-Drilling Leftist Agenda

Posted on April 14, 2011 in News

In this latest video contest entry, Benjamin Johnson shows how Oceana attempts to co-opt the moral indignation felt by most Americans about the 9/11 Terrorist Attacks with the BP Gulf Oil Spill. The comparison is inapporpiate of course and has no place in a civilized discourse -or on the D.C. Subway! Click here to see for […]

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Video Contest Entry: Noelle Schools an Uninformed Environmentalist!

Posted on March 29, 2011 in News
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Video Contest Entry: Global Warming and Dinosaurs!

Posted on March 29, 2011 in News

  “Global Warming and Dinosaurs,” the latest All Pain, No Gain video contest submission highlights starkly the fact that science does sometimes get things wrong. Take the Brontosaurus for example, which is no more real than say, “the easter bunny or tooth fairy.” The difference? When science gets it wrong about dinosours it doesn’t cost us much. […]

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CFACT Video Contest Entry: Global Warming Policies: All Pain, No Gain

Posted on March 21, 2011 in News

CFACT’s All Pain, No Gain video contest submissions are starting to roll in. This video, produced and directed by Morgan Brooke Hancock, illustrates starkly how “going green” really means getting lean. Through sarcasm and wit Morgan forces us to look at the unintended consequences of global warming policies, which advocate for extremely expensive alternative forms of energy that […]