Did Kilroy Join The Caesar Rodney Institute?

In the past few days, Kilroy’s Slower Delaware has posted three articles.  All of them are puff pieces for the Caesar Rodney Institute (CRI).  All three deal with CRI going after the Delaware State Education Association (DSEA) over union dues.

Earlier this year, the U.S. Supreme Court finalized the Janus decision.  This rules that states can’t automatically collect union dues.  Delaware’s biggest union, DSEA, took proactive steps anticipating this ruling.  But the Caesar Rodney Institute, a Republican think tank in Delaware, has taken a special interest on this matter right before school starts.

Kilroy might have received a new job!  Because he seems to be their blogger public relations guy!  There are dozens of things going on in Delaware education at any given time.  We have fraud and corruption.  Teacher shortages.  Charter scandals.  The Delaware DOE.  Legislation.  Regulations.  So much to write about!  Why rest your hat on the teacher union?  Come on Kilroy!  Stop spending so much time at Paradise Grill and crabbing and get back to what you do best!

2 thoughts on “Did Kilroy Join The Caesar Rodney Institute?

  1. Kevin WTF ? Are you running point for DSEA now? Wait ! Are you trying to kiss up to MM re: that nasty video you did ? LOL 🙂

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    • What happened in 2015 STAYS in 2015. (for my readers, I did a horrible video of myself singing “Markell, Markell” to the tune of cops. Since Kilroy mentioned a video, I felt the need for transparency here. It’s out there, have a giggle. Move on!)

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