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Ohio State learns firearm safety and hunting practice!
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CFACT students from Ohio State listen to gun safety training from the experts at Big Walnut Conservation Club CFACT at the Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio went to Big Walnut Conservation Club for a 5-Stand shooting event, shotgun training, and bird hunting practice. "We had a great group of liberty-loving students interested in learning how hunting helps conservation efforts, and who also wanted to exercise their Second Amendment rights...
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Bird conservation at George Mason University
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CFACT student David Bucarey distributes bird decals to his peers on GMU campus Hundreds of millions of birds die each year from flying into windows in America, according to studies reported in the Washington Post. CFACT at George Mason University in Fairfax, VA, wanted to do something about this. "A lot of birds die from flying into windows on suburban houses and things, not just skyscrapers," said GMU student David...
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CFACT brings free market environmentalism to TPUSA Black Leadership Summit
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Students crowd CFACT's table to learn more about property rights and energy Capitalism saves the planet. That's the positive, pro-progress message CFACT discussed with young black leaders from all over the country who were in Washington DC for Turning Point USA's Black Leadership Summit. Hundreds of students and young professionals gathered to hear from speakers like Deneen Borelli, a conservative author and television personality, Jerome Hudson, entertainment editor for Breitbart,...
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Experts persevere over protesters at Georgetown climate rebuttal
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Attendees and protesters wait outside the venue as campus police sorts through the chaos. CFACT had previously written about the climate protesters who attempted, but failed, to fully derail the climate rebuttal forum at Georgetown University on September 19. If you missed that, you can watch the video of the protesters here, and you can read the recap of the disruptions here. What was ignored in that story because of...
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CFACT discusses value of property rights on ALEC “Across the States” podcast
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The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) recently featured CFACT on its "Across the States" podcast to discuss the value of property rights, free market environmentalism, and the Green New Deal. Listen to the discussion between Adam Houser, CFACT's Director of Collegians, Grant Kidwell, the Director of ALEC's Task Force on Energy, Environment and Agriculture, and the host, Dan Reynolds. You can listen to the entire discussion by clicking here!
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Dr. Patrick Moore debunks junk science at U of Minnesota
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CFACT at the University of Minnesota hosted Greenpeace co-founder and current Chairman of the CO2 Coalition, Dr. Patrick Moore, to discuss “Twelve Fake Invisible Catastrophes and Threats of Doom”.    The event was held in the President’s Room of Coffman Memorial Union at the University of Minnesota.  Dr. Moore explained why he eventually left Greenpeace, and is now a staunch skeptic of the climate alarm and radical environmentalist movement. Dr. Moore...
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Video: NYC Climate Strikers say no more meat, cars, oil, capitalism
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In the movie Avengers: Endgame, the evil villain Thanos has used the infinity guantlet to eliminate half of all life in the universe. So, we asked climate protesters at the New York City "Youth Strike for Climate", what would they eliminate to stop climate change? The answers were many, including meat, oil, cars, capitalism, and Trump. You can watch the short video here: https://youtu.be/dhmZx7tdc8g
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Georgetown radicals shout down CFACT climate forum!
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Update: You can watch the protesters attempt to derail the forum and clash with police officers on YouTube here! Last night a mob of protestors tried to shut down CFACT’s climate rebuttal event at Georgetown University. Police report on the protesters disturbing the forum They shouted, blew horns, pounded on windows, and chanted over CFACT’s Marc Morano and Paul Driessen and others as they attempted to give their presentations to...
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CFACT at Vanderbilt University leads by example and cleans up state park!
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Students at Vanderbilt University CFACT  practiced what they preached and took a hike to clean up Rock Island State Park in Tennessee!  CFACT President at Vanderbilt University Grace Cancelmo organized the event with other environmentally concerned students and cleaned up the walking trail along the boundaries of the park.  Vanderbilt student hikes on recent trip. Putting environmental stewardship into action is a core component to CFACT’s philosophy and one Grace...
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Students at Seattle University Power Up With Energy Talk!
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Collegians at Seattle University powered up during the semester with an energy talk from Dr. Edward Bohn. The topic; A perspective on energy in the US focused on energy demand in the United States and what types of energy producers were the best to meet our countries needs without breaking the bank.  Students listen in to Dr. Bohn's talk. In his talk Dr. Bohn highlighted the efficiency of traditional fossil...
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CFACT speaks at event featuring Mike Pence by Leadership Institute
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Vice President Mike Pence poses with some of the young conservatives attending his address. Photo: Lwrn Tikva By Adam Houser, CFACT National Director of Collegians I address the crowd of young conservative activists prior to the vice president sitting down for his interview. It was my pleasure to represent CFACT at a discussion between Vice President Mike Pence and Morton Blackwell, founder and president of the Leadership Institute. Prior to...
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CFACT highlights youth outreach at Heartland’s DC Climate Conference!
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From left: CFACT Collegians Isabella Veru, Moises Davidson, and Peter Darko pose in front of CFACT's outreach table at the International Conference on Climate Change. CFACT President Craig Rucker addresses the over 300 attendees to discuss CFACT's new documentary, "Climate Hustle 2, Rise of the Monarchy" As Democratic candidates for president clamor for a so-called "climate debate", CFACT cosponsored the Heartland Institute's 13th annual International Conference on Climate Change in...
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Collegians of Hartford, CT tour Long Island Sound at conservation meeting
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The Long Island Sound is famous for its beautiful views and the swanky homes that populate its shores. Attendees look at a map of the Long Island Sound to better discuss the environmental issues facing the region. But what is less known about the body of water in between Connecticut and Long Island is that it is facing some very serious environmental problems. Kevin Schaeffer, CFACT's Driessen Fellow at the...
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George Mason University attends EPA Affordable Clean Energy signing
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By Adam Houser On Wednesday, June 19, EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler signed the Affordable Clean Energy plan, also known as “ACE.” ACE is the replacement to Obama’s Clean Power Plan. CFACT's George Mason student leader David Bucarey poses with Congressman Glenn Thompson of Pennsylvania. Along with several members of Congress and dozens of energy workers, CFACT’s student leader at George Mason University, David Bucarey, was there at EPA headquarters to...
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Cows vs the Green New Deal at Vanderbilt University!
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A student votes in CFACT's Green New Deal poll in front of Rand Hall on campus. CFACT activists at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN took to campus to ask students a question: "Cows? or the Green New Deal?" While the question may seem silly at first glance, it is designed to showcase the fallacy of one of the main tenets of the Green New Deal, which actually discussed the importance...
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