“Organic” or McDonald’s?
CFACT student taste test
Could you tell the difference between “organic, non-GMO” fancy food and McDonald’s?
Check out the video at CFACT Campus.
Finding creative ways to debunk food hysteria and educate students about the wholesomeness of GMO and affordable, efficiently produced foods is just one way CFACT students are informing the debate on campus.
I recently gave a talk to a packed house at Patrick Henry College on the hidden agendas lurking behind the Green movement. We discussed the “watermelon” analogy — “environmentalists” who are green on the outside but red inside.
“I’ve always favored free enterprise and property rights,” said Abigail Olinski, a junior in attendance. “But I didn’t realize how radical the founders and leaders of modern environmentalism are. When people like Prince Phillip say if they’re reincarnated they want to return as a virus to solve human overpopulation, you begin to realize they don’t seem to care so much about human welfare after all.”
CFACT students are working coast to coast opening eyes and challenging Green dogma with facts. We’re proud of them!
Recently CFACT students debunked the notion that Hurricane Matthew was caused by climate change at The University of Georgia, cleaned up East River Flats Park in Minnesota, and launched a bird conservation effort at Brown.
At UCONN students were invited to spin the “wheel of energy fortune” which illustrated the great expense and high risks in store if we rely too heavily on inefficient wind and solar.
The Green-Left would like to indoctrinate college students unchallenged.
Sorry PC commissars, not with CFACT on campus!