CRI News


Remembering Foster Friess: CRI's friend & benefactor

Remembering Foster Friess: CRI's friend & benefactor June 4, 2021     "In 2018, Foster launched Foster's Outriders with the mission to promote principles of free enterprise, limited constitutional government, fiscal responsibility, and traditional Americ...
Read More

The Blockchain and Digital Assets- Critical to Delaware

The Blockchain and Digital Assets- Critical to Delaware   by Charlie Copeland Co-Director Center for Analysis of Delaware's Economy & Government Spending May 19, 2021     DELAWARE IS SITTING ON A POT OF GOLD!   In Q1 2021, according to the...
Read More

Delaware Legislators reduced the supply of manufactured homes

Delaware Legislators reduced the supply of manufactured homes     by Dr. John Stapleford Co-Director Center for Analysis of Delaware's Economy & Government Spending May 7, 2021   Beginning in 2010, Delaware State legislators began efforts to put rent controls on manufactured home communit...
Read More

Offshore wind too ugly for the Hamptons but OK for other beach resorts?

Offshore wind too ugly for the Hamptons but OK for other beach resorts?     By David T. Stevenson Director Center for Energy & Environmental Policy May 4, 2021 (Photo source:  Vanity Fair and CRI's creative)     Officials in New York an...
Read More

A look into "Delaware's Economic Recovery": strongly suggests it's time for a tax cut

A look into "Delaware's Economic Recovery": strongly suggests it's time for a tax cut   by Dr. John Stapleford Co-Director, Center for Analysis of Delaware's Economy & Government Spending April 29, 2021     On April 13th, the&nbs...
Read More

Claims of an Electric Vehicle Charging Shortage are a Myth

Claims of an Electric Vehicle Charging Shortage are a Myth   by David T. Stevenson Director of the Center for Energy & Environmental Policy April 23, 2021   President Biden wants to build 500,000 new electric vehicle (EV) charging stations by 2030 using governm...
Read More

Feds Approve "Environmental Disaster" off our Coast for Earth Day

Feds Approve "Environmental Disaster" off our Coast for Earth Day   by David T. Stevenson Director of Center for Energy & Environmental Policy April 19, 2021 (last updated April 20, 2021)     It is time to know the truth about what an "envi...
Read More

Reducing taxes would jump-start Delaware’s economic growth

Reducing taxes would jump-start Delaware's economic growth   by John Toedtman, Executive Director Caesar Rodney Institute (Updated May 4, 2021)     According to the Delaware Economic and Financial Advisory Council, Delaware will end up with a $425 mil...
Read More

Delaware's $7.5 billion "Shadow Budget" Dominates Total Spending in the First State

Delaware's $7.5 Billion "Shadow Budget" dominates total spending in the first state   by Charlie Copeland, Co-Director Center for Analysis of Delaware's Economy & Government Spending April 14, 2021     Delaware will spend around $12.5 b...
Read More

COVID-19 and Wages in Delaware

COVID-19 and Wages in Delaware By Dr. John Stapleford, Co-Director Center for Analysis for Delaware's Economy & Government Spending April 7, 2021     It has long been recognized that economic planning is futile because market conditions are so fluid. The ...
Read More