The Trump administration has announced a new undertaking to vastly expand access to hunting and fishing on federal lands.
The Trump administration has officially ended Obama’s war on coal. CFACT Collegians attend in support.
Manufacturers are looking to biodegradable six-pack rings.
The problem affects many regions of the United States and the world; especially places like Florida, New York, and New Jersey.
“At CFACT we like our events to be more than just a mere echo chamber,” said Christian Fiksdal. “We thought having Jeff Sessions speak on campus would bring some viewpoints that are not frequently discussed by college professors."
CFACT’s student leaders were out in force for CPAC 2019.
Last week, the Senate passed massive public lands legislation that contains a lot of good, but a lot of bad too.
ANWR will provide much needed jobs, revenue and energy for Alaskans and all Americans.
CFACT discusses liberty & property rights in FreedomWorks interview.
CFACT drove home the point that humanity and the planet are better off with liberty.
The UN climate conference in Poland is riddled with a mix of bizarre and eyebrow-raising incidents.
No "green wave" in the 2018 midterms.
The war on energy moves to the states.
AEI's panel wasn’t a debate or even a discussion of pro’s and con’s. It was an echo-chamber of leftist talking points on climate change and carbon taxes.
Xcel energy claims that wasting billions will save Coloradans money. CFACT student pollsters found that students see through this nonsense.