Archives for January 2014

Georgist Gild 20 Year Anniversary 1994-2014

The Georgist Gild 20th Anniversary 2014
Just two sessions! Tuesdays; January 28  and February 4
 7:30 – 9 P.M. Buzz Ware Village Center
Why Land Value Taxation?
 Why The Single Tax?

Follow the complete analysis of Henry George’s Progress & Poverty

If, its never been explained to you;

If, you’ve had trouble explaining it;

 this program is for you.
 Presenter: Mike Curtis                   More info: Mike Curtis (302) 475-5670 
Followed on Feb. 10 – U.S. jobs & International Trade


Classes with the Georgist Gild

Classes with the Georgist Gild

The Georgist Gild usually meets on the second Tuesday of the month. In February and March we will be holding classes instead (all are welcome).
The Georgist Gild  continues New Courses in February at the Buzz Ware Village Center, at 7:30 pm through March 11th.
We will have a seminar on topical issues relating to Protection or Free Trade.
We will address news such as the November 2013 WikiLeaks release; about a secret negotiated draft for the entire TPP (Trans-Pacific Partnership) Intellectual Property Rights chapter, among other national and international trade relations and treaties that are seen in the news today. 
The classes will be taught by Rodney Jester and Mike Curtis
Call Sadie for more information 475-1745


February Scholar’s Gild Discussion

Tuesday, February 18, 7:30 PM, Lower Gild Hall

What are GMO crops and why do we have them? 

Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) serve a widely range of important research and commercial applications.  GMOs are used in human therapeutics, and to improve agriculture and renewable fuels production. GMO crops are grown and consumed on a large scale in the USA and around the world. GMO crops are also highly regulated and controversial. 

What are GMO crops, how are they made, and how are they different from traditional crops? Are GMO crops dangerous to our health, our environment, or commerce?

Our February Scholars Gild will be lead by Carl Falco. Carl worked as a scientist on GMO crops at Dupont for over 30 years. He will describe how and why crops are genetically modified and lead a discussion on the pros and cons of the technology.

If you would like to read about the topic prior to the Scholars Gild meeting there is a good article in Wikipedia:

Join the February 18 Scholars Gild discussion, and bring along your question and thoughts to our discussion on GMO foods.

If you want additional information on this subject or the Scholars Gild, email


NOTE: Due to weather, our January discussion on “Race, Class and American Democracy” has been postponed until May 20.

POSTPONED – Scholars Gild January Discussion


Due to snow, the January Scholars GIld discussion on “Race, Class and American Democracy” has been postponed.  The new date is Tuesday, May 20.