Time: Thu Dec 04 10:53:21 1997
To: rot <rot@camalott.com>
From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: questions about Supreme Law School

It uses the Socratic Method.

Nobody knows everything, but
students are expected to motivate
themselves, and ask the questions.

In public schools, students are
expected to answer questions, and
the teachers do the asking.

I hope this helps.  Have you visited
the Supreme Law Library?  This is a
good place to begin your self-motivated
studies, whether or not you enroll in
the school.

/s/ Paul Mitchell,
Candidate for Congress

At 08:41 AM 12/4/97 -600, you wrote:
>     I know we have written before but I still am confused as to 
>what is being taught in the Supreme Law Course.  Do you teach 
>how to deal with or handle the IRS?  How to set up trusts to 
>protect your assets from unlawful siezures from the "gestopo"?
>I haven't found the answers I am looking for browsing through the 
>website.  I am interested in the course and I know you are busy 
>but I would appreciate your answers.
>Monty Lynn, Barnett

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