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CFACT at UPitt Bradford tables on Ukraine, environment, energy
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CFACT at the University of Pittsburgh, Bradford performed tabling outreach to students on the issues of the Ukraine invasion, the environment, and energy. According to CFACT activist Shakira Jackson, "I tabled on my campus to spread awareness about how the Ukraine Invasion will affect our environment. I shared how Russia's invasion of Ukraine is causing air, ground, and water pollution that will be long-lasting. In addition, risks for contamination and...
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University of Houston hosts Ann Coulter, fees fight ensues
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CFACT helped sponsor political pundit Ann Coulter for a speech at the University of Houston in connection with the Leadership Institute and the Young Conservatives of Texas (YCT) club on campus. Coulter discussed many political issues of the day. The event, however, was not without its share of controversy. Coulter addresses the crowd at UH. YCT president and CFACT Driessen Fellow intern Mikel Moore informed Campus Reform that the school...
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CFACT at Vanderbilt hosts ‘Climate Hustle 2’ watch party
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Students learn about global hurricane frequency at the CFACT movie showing. CFACT at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN hosted a watch party of CFACT's groundbreaking documentary, Climate Hustle 2: Rise of the Climate Monarchy. The event was a welcome breath of fresh air on a campus that leans very liberal on many issues. The event was held in connection with the Libertarian Club on campus. While the students watching the...
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CFACT at Grand Canyon University hosts campus litter clean up!
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CFACT at Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, Arizona hosted a litter clean up on campus. Farrell Sessler, CFACT's representative on campus, led the outreach effort and got other students involved. "I was able to partner with the city and other GCU honors programs to plan a trash pickup on campus, and invite other students to join," Sessler said. "This is the picture I got, you can see part of the group...
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CFACT Fellow pens energy independence op-ed
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CFACT Driessen Fellow intern Joseph Frederick at the Catholic University of America in Washington DC recently published an op-ed on energy independence. The article appeared in the Tower, the student newspaper of the University. Frederick explains the complexities of the current energy crisis and how Russia, foreign markets, and Biden's policies all factor in. You can read his well-crafted piece here.
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Cherise Trump of Speech First addresses University of Houston
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CFACT's Driessen Fellow at the University of Houston, Mikel Moore, helped organize an event featuring Cherise Trump of Speech First in connection with CFACT and the Young Conservatives of Texas. Cherise Trump addresses students at the University of Houston The event was to highlight the importance of free speech and liberty, especially given the threats to the First Amendment from government and corporate media and college administrators. Speech First is...
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CFACT Activists brave the rain to spread the word at UM Dearborn!
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If you live in the Midwest, you know one simple thing: rain can be quite a pain. However, CFACT’s National Field Coordinator Bob Knee braved the rain and floods out in Michigan to spread the good word about CFACT’s mission and values. The students at UM-Dearborn were warm and respectful, and very curious about what CFACT could do to help Michigan’s environmental issues such as deer overpopulation. CFACT Field Coordinator...
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CFACT at University of Pittsburgh hosts open environmental forum
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To champion the principles of free speech and environmental stewardship, CFACT at the University of Pittsburgh, Bradford hosted an open environmental forum to solicit feedback and ideas from students on campus regarding environmental issues. Driessen Fellow intern Shakira Jackson, a senior, hosted and organized the forum. "I collaborated with the Honors Society on my campus, and it gave students a chance to ask any questions they had about environmental issues,"...
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Campus Reform features CFACT’s Driessen Fellows program
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In an article published earlier this week, Peter Cordi of Campus Reform featured CFACT's Driessen Fellows student internship program. The article went over all the details of how to get involved and the mission of the program. You can read it in full here: The Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT) is on the lookout for campus interns as part of its Driessen Fellow program. CFACT dispels the notion that only liberals...
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CFACT hosts actor Kevin Sorbo for University of Central Florida speech
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Above: actor Kevin Sorbo holds the CFACT flag towards the center as students in attendance pose after the conclusion of his talk to UCF. Kevin Sorbo begins his talk at UCF, sponsored by CFACT CFACT hosted actor Kevin Sorbo for a speech at the University of Central Florida in Orlando on Wednesday, March 23. The actor, famous for his role in Hercules, God’s Not Dead, and CFACT’s own Climate Hustle 2, slammed cancel...
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Indiana University hosts successful Climate Hustle screening!
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College campuses right now are winding down. The semester is winding down, classes are wrapping up, and students are starting to prepare for their finals. As students begin to start studying, it becomes hard to recruit on campuses, and hard for students to set aside time from their busy schedules to attend events that aren’t related to studying for exams. However, our incredible students at Indiana University-Bloomington managed to set...
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CFACT students are on the beat: Catholic U intern publishes op-ed on Ukraine, energy crisis
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As I'm sure you are well aware, tensions in Eastern Europe have recently been running high. The Russian Federation has declared war on Ukraine, and the Ukrainians, along with the help of various neighbors such as Poland and Hungary, and with the outside support of the US and other allies, have been waging a brutal defense of their homeland. The ramifications of this war have been felt far and wide:...
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Tree planting approved at UPitt Bradford after push from CFACT fellow
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CFACT intern Shakira Jackson poses on the site of the future tree to be planted on campus. To spread an appreciation for nature, contribute to stewardship, and beautify campus, CFACT Driessen Fellow Shakira Jackson recently organized the planting of a memorial tree. Once planted and fully taken root, the tree should bring many benefits to students and visitors. In addition to this one tree, Jackson was able to secure a...
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CFACT at Vanderbilt University submits testimony opposing Biden’s “30 by 30” atlas program
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Edward "Ned" Sheehan, a senior at Vanderbilt University, submitted written testimony on behalf of CFACT in opposition to the Biden Administration's "30 by 30" atlas program. The 30 by 30 plan is a program through the Biden Administration's Department of the Interior to conserve 30% of America's lands and waters by 2030. While that may sound good on the surface, it actually distorts the state of conservation in America today...
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CFACT Collegians bring energy independence message to CPAC 2022 in Orlando
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The CFACT team poses in front of CFACT's table at CPAC. Photo caption: Left: a conference attendee watches where his token falls while playing CFACT’s educational “energy plinko” game. Right: students sign up to get more involved with CFACT’s programming. CFACT once again officially cosponsored CPAC (the Conservative Political Action Conference) in Orlando, Florida, which is the largest annual gathering of grassroots conservatives in the world. CFACT brought its message...
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