Stephen Sabludowsky admin

Stephen Sabludowsky admin


That revolt is now. And, for now, it comes in the mind of the artificial intelligence multitalented, ChatGPT, part Columbo, part Perry Mason and part whatever you want it to be.

Think I'm waxing hyperbole? Well, check out the below and you tell me what you think:

I created a make-believe legal case in which the Jones family was seeking life insurance proceeds for the sudden unexplained death of Joseph, the husband and father of two children. Then, I solicited the assistance of a special prompt tool for ChatGTP, which I'm naming, Ms. Chatty. She's my attorney, investigator and legal advisor for what was a live experiment.

I presented her the made-up fact scenario. Before I could blink, she read and from there, I picked her mind. In total, our full chat took no more than ten minutes. I presented that conversation below. I annotated my thoughts with underscores. So, our chat started by my asking her:

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Did Donald Trump commit crimes that the DOJ should prosecute? Is there a smoking gun of proof?

I say, YES, to both. And that evidence that will be presented at the next House Select hearing on Thursday will be the point of no return for the current DOJ. The gun will be revealed.

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Perhaps one of the legacies the recently deceased former Governor, Edwin Edwards, will forever maintain is his slaying of David Duke in a world-wide watched election for the state’s stop spot, Governor of the State of Louisiana.

flynn2Despite General Michael Flynn’s announcement via his counsel that the General and former head of National Security, would take the 5th Amendment in Congressional proceedings, the Intelligence Committee will pursue information, regardless.

It’s official.

Republican House has just voted upon legislation, the American Health Care Act (AHCA) that modifies Obamacare.  While Donald Trump and others are calling it “repeal and replacement” legislation, it is not for it does not repeal nor replace.

It does, in its current form, however, make major changes to the law which is wobbling with insurance companies pulling out of the program.

However, if the Senate were to approve the legislation, it would be the furthest the Republican-controlled Congress has gotten since the passing of the Affordable Care Act.

The Senate, which is more moderate than the House, is now under the gun.  A tremendous effort will be made to ensure President Trump a victory, which he desperately needs.  Much might depends upon how the legislation that has yet to be scored by the Congressional Budget Office, gets rated.   

Above are the latest news tweets

Verbal sparks might be flying tonight, so much that Robert E. Lee, Gen. Beauregard and Jefferson David might want to get down from their cement perches, and sue for peace.

Perhaps nobody has written as much about the Louisiana governorship of Bobby Jindal than Tom Aswell, the publisher of the blog,


The Democratic Party-leaning Anzalone Liszt Grove Research conducted a poll on behalf of the Rebuild Louisiana organization to analyze voters opinions leading up to the special session of the Louisiana legislature, which begins today after the regular session ends.

Interesting that we are approaching another special session and one ultra-conservative Republican Alan Seabaugh is claiming that the current Governor John Bel Edwards cannot be believed.
Last night, Seabaugh said on Facebook:






As we plod through the election campaign season, we read and hear so much anger and hate in this world, whether it is the television, talk radio, facebook or our daily coffee shop talking heads, friends and foes.
In many respects, that is a good thing.  It means that all of us care in one way, or another.

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