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CFACT: The Group for Common Sense Environmentalism

Last week, I had the pleasure of talking with Adam Houser, the national director of collegians of CFACT – Collegians for a Constructive Tomorrow. CFACT is a national, non-profit organization that advocates for free-market environmentalism. According to Houser, CFACT seeks to protect the earth from serious environmental issues while at the same time distancing itself from radical environmentalists who “put

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A Super Tuesday Autopsy

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton emerge today as the clear victors of the Super Tuesday primaries. Trump scored victories in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Vermont, and Virginia. Clinton came first in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia. The only candidate that is currently close to Trump with respect to delegate count is Texas Sen. Ted Cruz. Cruz

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It’s Not Me, It’s EU

Last Thursday, Professor Jan-Werner Müller of the Politics Department at Princeton echoed a statement that resounds through the ranks of EU politicians and academics alike. Something deep, dark, and authoritarian is brewing in the depths of Central-Eastern Europe: a foreboding regime reminiscent of the interwar years. As he claims in his article, “The Problem with Poland,” it supposedly threatens the

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Conservative Conservation

You know, I just hate clean air. Polluting oceans and rivers happens to be a great pastime of mine, and gosh those elephants? Let’s just get rid of them. Right. That’s totally what conservatives believe when it comes to environmentalism. But wait… What do conservatives believe about environmentalism? In recent decades, unfortunately, the Republican Party has kept its nose out

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