CFACT’s student leaders were out in force for CPAC 2019.
CFACT drove home the point that humanity and the planet are better off with liberty.
As 2018 wound down, CFACT students gathered in Florida for an "eco-summit."
Last night left-wing ANTIFA activists tried and failed to shut down a CFACT forum featuring Canadian commentator Lauren Southern. After the forum, however, things got ugly. ANTIFA thugs were lurking nearby and attacked CFACT students as they left the event.
ANTIFA maced three times by police, arrest made as ANTIFA fails to prevent Lauren Southern from speaking to the CFACT chapter at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. WATCH ABC NOW.
CFACT students at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities stood up to ANTIFA last night. Watch David Blondin stand up for students' rights. WATCH CBS NOW.
The hard Left is planning disruption and violence to silence a CFACT speaker at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.
CFACT students are hard at work balancing politically correct campuses with factual correctness.
Student leaders from across the country just finished attending CFACT’s “eco-summit” leadership conference in Baltimore, Maryland, and are now ready to return to their campuses fully equipped to challenge radical Greens and climate alarmists.
Government programs to protect endangered species often produce limited or no results. The free market gets the job done. Seattle students agree.
March organizer calls out “greedy” billionaires and the fallacies of capitalism, then threatens violence against those who get in the way of creating a new order. WATCH NOW
Celebrate women by taking political prisoners?
Think you could tell the difference between organic, non-GMO food and McDonald’s? These students sure couldn’t! WATCH NOW
It is CFACT’s privilege and opportunity to train student leaders on the important communication techniques and grassroots tactics they need to effectively share our pro-free market, pro-property rights message with the next generation.
A victory for academic freedom and the right to free speech.