In his first speech as the Director of the Center for Healthcare Policy with the Caesar Rodney Institute, Dr. Chris Casscells spoke to the Delaware 9-12 Patriots, who invited him to speak out because the group wanted to hear Chris's plan for healthcare reform.
Dr. David Legates focuses on Sea Level Rise issues in Delaware and what needs to be done.
The Caesar Rodney Institute sponsored a lunch at Dover Downs on July 31, 2012.
For State of Play John Stapleford, the Director of the group's Center for Economic Policy and Analysis offers his perspective on how things are going.
On December 12, 2012, the Delaware New School Choice Coalition hosted a forum on the future of Delaware's education system, and how crime and poverty are affected by illiteracy and poor education, primarily in low-income areas such as Wilmington, Delaware.
Common Core panel discussion January 28, 2015    
Samuel Friedman, Communications Director, will speak at the Sussex County Republican Women's Club luncheon which begins at 11 A.M. with the meeting and noon with the lunch. The topic will be Common Core, what's new, and where the state will go from t... [more]
Why is capitalism an ethical system? February 5    
Join us on February 5, 2015 for a talk by Daniel Klein. He will talk about Adam Smith, one of the early influencers behind the theory of capitalism and why the pursuit of honest income -- in the contexts of commerce, industry, and work -- is both m... [more]
Seventh Annual Dinner Thursday, April 23    
Attend our Seventh Annual Dinner at the Wilmington Country Club, featuring Keynote Speaker Mark Mix, President of the National Right to Work Foundation.
We will have a silent auction with lots of exciting giveaways, and we hope to see you there!
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