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Today is #GivingTuesday. Please consider becoming a monthly supporter of CFACT. Your monthly gift of $5,$10, $15, or $20 (or any amount) will ensure we can continue our work.

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Here are the top 5 reasons to give to CFACT this Giving Tuesday:

1. CFACT is one of the nation’s leading conservative voices on environmental issues.

2. CFACT is working to create a more constructive tomorrow by educating and empowering today’s youth on America’s college campuses.

3. CFACT stands on the front line of defense against radical UN global policies that would raise energy prices, wreak havoc on our economy, and threaten America’s sovereignty.

4. CFACT puts words into action through our social entrepreneurship program has shown that free-market principles, when applied to issues like poverty and economic growth, are the best and most effective path to follow all around the globe.

5. CFACT is a powerful and effective organization that uses many forms of today’s media to powerfully deliver our message, having reached over 32 million people in the last year alone.

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About the Author: Christina Norman

Christina Norman

Christina Norman currently serves as Director of Development for the Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow. Christina graduated from the University of Minnesota Duluth in 2008 where she obtained her B.A. in Political Science. In college, Christina was the President of her CFACT Collegians chapter. Following college she worked for CFACT as a field director for our Collegians program and as a Development Officer. She graduated in 2010 from the Koch Associate Program. She currently resides in Pennsylvania with her husband and daughter.

  • cshorey

    Here are five reasons to give nothing to CFACT this year.
    1) They try to poke holes in published peer reviewed research, but never publish in the same manner.
    2) They are an opinion piece site, and don’t we have enough opinions in this age?
    3) The same tired and discredited authors over and over again. Some decent, reputable, new faces would help here.
    4) They have “fact” in their name, but hardly ever deal in facts.
    5) The Dunning-Kruger effect should not be funded. Arrogant stupidity should only be ridiculed.