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LA County Citizens Set to Recall DA

The Officer Tatum Show

01:03 min | 6 d ago

LA County Citizens Set to Recall DA

"We see DA's around the country letting out criminals and these criminals are pillaging people killing them and also killing officers. There's a way to fix that and your city, if you have a DA dependent on the laws around your state in California, you can recall the district attorney. They've recalled the one in San Francisco, chess of Odin, however you say his name and they are getting enough signatures to recall a gascon. Gascon is responsible for the two officers getting murdered the other day. And I think he's vicariously responsible because the man should have been in prison. He should still be there today. He would have gotten life a life sentence, according to the three strikes rule. Outside of that, they let him do no jail time after being on probation for a gun charge. Then he goes and gets out, gets a gun in a state where he's not supposed to be able to buy guns. He gets a gun and he killed police officers. This is not the only occurrence ladies and gentlemen. And the woke ideology surrounding these particular ideas are baffling to me.

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How Much Do Politicians Care for Law Enforcement

The Officer Tatum Show

01:02 min | 6 d ago

How Much Do Politicians Care for Law Enforcement

"Policing in America, I my heart goes out to the law enforcement officers that are currently still doing the job. I want to encourage them to continue to fight the good fight. I've done the job. I don't know how they do it today. I don't know how you go to work, putting your life on the line with the expectation that the city, the people of the city, politicians would at least have your back if you do what's right. Now we're seeing that the politicians don't have your back and they couldn't care less what happened to you if it's going to save them politically. We see DA's around the country letting out criminals and these criminals are pillaging people killing them and also killing officers. There's a way to fix that and your city, if you have a DA dependent on the laws around your state in California, you can recall the district attorney. They've recalled the one in San Francisco, chess of Odin, however you say his name and they are getting enough signatures to recall a gascon.

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The Blood of Slain Officers Is on LA County DA's Hands

The Officer Tatum Show

01:42 min | Last week

The Blood of Slain Officers Is on LA County DA's Hands

"Into some news at hand and this is a subject matter. I'm extremely passionate about and I was so infuriated when I heard the story and I think we have the clip from the police officers in LA or right outside of LA there were ambushed and murdered and it literally made my blood boil thinking about the fact that that thug that criminal who should have been behind bars, but gascon decided to give him a plea deal. A plea deal, he had a fear of gun charge, let a suspect or a person should have been in prison and with the three strike rule, he would have been instilling prison. But they let him do a plea he did no time in prison. He gets out, he calls police to the scene, and then he ambushes them. Kills them, murders them. One officer had over 20 years on the police department and the other officer was a rookie. He had less than a year. He probably was an FTO. Meaning he was infiltrating program, meaning that the older officer was training him to become a new officer. He had just started his service. It was murdered by thug that should have been in jail. Somebody explain this to me. Chess of Odin or whatever his name is bodun, bodin, they got him out of there in San Francisco DA. Soft on crime, DA's. Literally pacifying criminals so they can get out of prison and come rape and pillage your community. So gascon and his leadership let this fool out and he murdered two of LA's finest.

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Debbie Joins Dinesh to Discuss the Expulsion of Chesa Boudin

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:54 min | 2 weeks ago

Debbie Joins Dinesh to Discuss the Expulsion of Chesa Boudin

"Debbie and I have been talking about chesa boudin and chess are getting the boot from the voters of San Francisco. And you know, we've had some dealings indirectly. We don't know chessa. But I discovered just a many, many years ago when looking through some archives of some footage of chessa with Bill heirs and the Tsar of education in Venezuela and how interesting that dynamic was, you know, of course, is fluent in Spanish. So Tessa was interpreting for Bill as he was telling the Tsar of education in Venezuela. What he too wanted to do for the education system in America. And I thought that was just unbelievably amazing. I couldn't believe I found probably about 12 videos. Of that. And I was super excited to show them to you. That's how we met. And then subsequently, we were actually sitting across from Bel airs and bernadine Dorne, and restaurant in Chicago, and they were talking pretty affectionately about their family, billers, dad, as I recall. But then also chess on. They couldn't have been more proud of chessa because was the Adam was he already the DA? No, he wasn't the DA. No, but he was a rising figure. He was I think he had gone his law degree. He was, I think that he had just gotten his law degree. I could be wrong, but anyway, but it's really interesting how some of these and I don't even call him far left, I call him a communist. Yeah. I mean, Che Guevara on the background. These are communists. You know, I use the phrase and a couple of people wrote me there. It's the phrases, red diaper, baby. Which is a phrase coming out of the 20th century. Basically means that your parents communists. Right, the offspring of communist

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San Francisco Voters Chase DA out of Office

The Officer Tatum Show

02:02 min | 2 weeks ago

San Francisco Voters Chase DA out of Office

"Jennifer, I want to talk about California has been a lot of crazy stuff that happened yesterday. Some things are disappointing to me, but I don't live in California, you know better than me. I thought that governor Gavin Newsom he won and it was way more people that voted for him than any of the Republicans, which was disappointing, but in San Francisco, chase bowden, I think his name, chess about and was ousted. Through a recall, welcome to California politics, right? If a suicide mission, again, running against Gavin Newsom. So we look for these kind of incremental victories, right? These smaller victories, and there were actually a few of them. Yesterday in California, the biggest chess ability in getting recalled. And not by a little. I mean, we're not talking about a squeaker. We're talking about 20 points. He was 60% to recall 40% in favor to keep him. And I think we're in and you know, San Francisco is not quite a conservative pocket of California. These are Democrats that voted to oust another Democrat. So this sends a message that's really important to those 75 DAs that George Soros got to elected and put into office. He snuck them in. Using all of his money to try to change the way this country is run and to try to promote lawlessness. And this was a loud message to him. We are in the process of trying to collect signatures to recall the same type of candidate DA gascon in Los Angeles, who, you know, let's people out of jail. I mean, you probably saw the story of the kid who mowed down a woman and her child in a stroller. And you know, he sent to summer camp for 5 months. It's ridiculous and it's incredibly frustrating for law enforcement in San Francisco and Los Angeles to know that all of these arrests that they make when they put themselves at risk every single day leave their families behind. They're not going to mean anything because of these DAs. And so the message that was set with testability and that was a huge one. And everybody is listening to that one.

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"chess" Discussed on Ladies Knight Chess

Ladies Knight Chess

05:45 min | Last month

"chess" Discussed on Ladies Knight Chess

"Know what? So I run these trust tournaments and I run them specifically for newer players who've been done very few chess tournaments ever. And I have three sections, right? The beginners intermediate in advance, and it's all self selecting, you get to decide or their parents decide what section they belong in. And I kind of give some guidelines, you know, how long you've been playing or how many tournaments you've attended before and that sort of thing. But a lot of kids are signing up as beginners, they're not signing themselves up, of course, their parents are, but I just realized it's often the moms who are signing up their kids as beginners. And then the dads who are sort of maybe overestimating their kids abilities and signing them up as intermediate or advanced. That's really interesting. Have you noticed a gender disparity in how they pick their kids? Are they more likely to put their girls in beginners or is it more just the parent of picking the child of either gender? Well, yeah, no both, I think. Yeah, I think the girls are always in the beginner section, regardless. Irrespective of which parent has put them in this section. They're always considered beginners. Sometimes they are. For sure, but sometimes the girls are in beginners, but they know a lot about chess, but they don't have the skills integrated yet. And so sort of intellectually, they're not beginners, but when it comes to performance they are, or they haven't done enough chess tournaments. So it's sort of that line really is blurred. It's not super clear. Yeah, anyway. But yeah, that's interesting to think about. It just occurred to me like who's signing them up as what, you know? Yeah, that is interesting. And yeah, for sure, so I'm happy to be really good to be the one who is the strongest in the group so that you can win all your games and games and confidence..

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FM's arrive ahead of NATO meeting on Finland, Ukraine

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last month

FM's arrive ahead of NATO meeting on Finland, Ukraine

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Has the Left Learned How to Define a Woman?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:16 min | Last month

Has the Left Learned How to Define a Woman?

"According to the American left, four days ago, they didn't know what women were. And over the course of the last three days they have rediscovered what women are. And the reality, according to the American left, is that women are tools, they're pawns, their pieces on a chess board to be moved around for the political benefit of American left elected officials and politicians. That's what women are. There have been people going around college campuses, including Friends from the daily wire, like Matt Walsh and people like Michael Knowles and Ben Shapiro and a whole bunch of people are going to college campuses, things that I don't do. Charlie Kirk and others and asking, you know, what does a woman do all of these? You know, college educated students, the very best of the best. That the brightest institutions of higher learning across the country and asking them a very simple basic biological question, what is a woman?

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"chess" Discussed on Ladies Knight Chess

Ladies Knight Chess

03:59 min | 2 months ago

"chess" Discussed on Ladies Knight Chess

"That women are valued for their looks and sexuality, I'm not for their intellectual contributions. The black squares were written in by chalk by the attendees at the opening, and we've had a few versions of these so far. One in St. Louis, one in Boston, the Boston sculptors gallery, and one actually created by junior high school students at a school in St. Louis, car lane. That particular version also showed the intersection of sexism and racism as a girl who created that interactive version where black so through the different incarnations of not particularly beautiful. We see how destructive misogyny can be in chest. But also that in the end of the day, it doesn't win. It doesn't win. The chess queen was victorious in the end. And, you know, in almost every game, it's the test queen who determines victory. And so that was the point of that piece, which tightens so beautifully with the book signing for chess queens that I also, I also did, and the following evening, after I gave my talk and my book signing, we celebrated ten years of the world chess Hall of Fame. I'm on the board of the organization, so it's just amazing to see the work that Shannon and Emily enjoy and everybody at the world chess whole theme. Have done to make the topic of art and chess in history fresh. Coming full circle early in the episode, I talked about government. And how all of her papers were destroyed because the bomb, that the Nazis dropped on her house, killed not only her, but also destroyed her papers, also killed her sister and her mother. And it's the work of organizations like the world chess Hall of Fame to preserve history. In the United States chest federation as well. So that work is important. And I think that it was a reminder that ten year celebration to honor it. And of course, I'm sure a lot of you have heard the news that USGS headquarters is moving to St. Louis. So that is another exciting thing happening in that neck of the Woods. Well, I hope you enjoyed going on the road with me. You went to London to play against you at polar, two Memphis. And to St. Louis. Next up, I'm going to be going to Columbus in a about a month. Many of the girls from my programs are going to be going to Chicago for the all girls nationals and two Texas for the middle school nationals. And back to St. Louis for the Americas cop. It's going to be quite as spring and a summer too. Vegas, the U.S. women's open and the national wealth and the world open coming back. It's just very exciting times as we return more into over the board play. I am very grateful for all of my listeners for indulging me in this journey. And I will catch you all next time. If you enjoyed the episode, please don't forget to share it with.

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"chess" Discussed on Ladies Knight Chess

Ladies Knight Chess

05:28 min | 2 months ago

"chess" Discussed on Ladies Knight Chess

"Bob it's later wrote. Marcel, whose obsession with chess made him give up not only art, but girls was waiting for me to make the first move. She was a novice in chess and Duchamp won the first game in four modes. This piece has been created by many artists over the years. But always with the naked woman versus a clothed man. In 2009, I made a new version. I faced a naked man. The chest had used for this game was also composed of carved news. And I used the queen to execute a fraud built Jack may. When Vera and Martha played, both closed, Marcel found a tactic knitting two pawns for nothing. With careful play, he should have easily won, but after a few mistakes by Duchamp, menchik fought back to earn a draw. So yeah, I reference the version that Daniel and I created naked chest. And you know why I talked about in my artist talk to the world chess Hall of Fame, which should be available on YouTube is how this photograph between Marcel and eve has really transformed in its interpretation over the years. Eve babitz is now much more well known for her own work, whereas when I first learned about this in art history, it was always like, oh, Marcel versus naked woman. And so I love to see that as a feminist, that, of course, my version of the photograph. Naked, man versus female woman. First clothed woman is also a feminist interpretation. You can say that there's nothing anti feminist about a woman being nude. It's all about the interpretation. Whether she did it willingly, I mean, of course she did it willingly. But whether she did an enthusiastically, was she excited about it? Was it her idea? And how much of her personality was shown through the installation. So I think a lot of these questions are key. And does she get a name, right? So that's the thing like Duchamp first naked woman or Duchamp first eve Bobbitt. The fact that when you read about this photo now, you hear about her work is so different than it used to be. Or at least for me when I first heard about it. Unfortunately, eve Bobbitt's, along with a good friend, Joan didion, have both died rather recently. So I'm too brilliant artists of that era in Los Angeles have both recently passed.

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"chess" Discussed on Ladies Knight Chess

Ladies Knight Chess

03:31 min | 2 months ago

"chess" Discussed on Ladies Knight Chess

"Seeing that boys and men are so invested in being allies and making the chess world more gender inclusive. Is super exciting to me. And I was grateful, but also not necessarily a surprise because I see a lot more of that. I see a lot of men asking me, how do I get more girls and women into the game? How do I make sure that I'm representing them? In my chest lessons. I see that so much and it's so beautiful and encouraging. After Memphis, and by the way, I'll post a few photos from all of these locales and my show notes. After Memphis, I went home for two days to pick up my fam. My little guy Fabian and my husband Daniel. And we went to St. Louis for the tenth anniversary of the world chess Hall of Fame moving to St. Louis. So we were there to celebrate that and I also had a couple pieces in the show that the world chess Hall of Fame have on to celebrate ten years. Mind art and experience. My husband, Daniel Roman, I have created a number of art pieces related to chassis. And the two that were selected for the show by curator Shannon Bailey and Emily are naked chess, which was a spin off on famous Marcel Duchamp photograph where he played a naked woman. Eve Bobbitt's in chess. For those of you who don't know, Marcel Duchamp, he was a chess master. And he was also an artist, a contemporary artist who really changed the landscape of our very inspirational to artists for. All for all artists, really. I mean, some people call him the most influential artist of all time because of how much he changed. 20th and 21st century are. I mean, he certainly been inspiring to me. I quote him many a times in my book chess queens. And here's the part where I talk about Marcel Duchamp in chess queens. In 1929, mentek traveled to Paris for her first international tournament. One notable opponent was Marcel Duchamp, the celebrated conceptual artist and painter, who for some time gave up art to pursue his passion for chats. Born in France, marcelle spent most of his life in New York City, as well as a year in Buenos Aires when his interest in chess was most intense. Marcel's position in the chess world was similar to Vera's. Both were superstars when they played world class events. To shop because of the same as an artist and Vera because of her gender. Even though they were weaker than most of their opponents, now keep in mind, this is in the elite events that they're playing with capablanca. So it's not really a dig. The most famous gameplay by played between Duchamp and a woman remains the one chronicled in a much celebrated photograph. In it, he is playing against a completely naked eve Bobbitt, an American writer. Bobbitt said just started taking birth control pills, which made her breasts swell to the size of bowling balls. Not short first if they were going to just pose or also play,.

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"chess" Discussed on Ladies Knight Chess

Ladies Knight Chess

02:15 min | 2 months ago

"chess" Discussed on Ladies Knight Chess

"Speaking of confidence, one of the reasons that you to pull are invited us to play her in this historic symbol, which by the way, she was performing live in Dubai. We were all online, of course, and our different locations. But you did herself was playing all 11 communities on what we call these square off chess boards. So when she played a move, it would automatically go to Lee chess. So you had that visual side of playing a Simon. But also the technical capabilities to face these hundreds of thousands of players in the community, right? You did invited us, partly because a year prior as part of her work for being an ambassador of education for the play Magnus group, she had attended our girls club where we had hundreds of girls show up for a really spirited Q&A with you at it herself. And I was really moved by that QA. And I write about it in chess queen. So I'll just read a little excerpt for you of how that went. Through her work with play Magnus, she spoke to hundreds of girls at a workshop I organized for U.S. chess women. Several of the girls asked about confidence. Bianca, a 16 year old filmmaker from New Mexico. Wondered if you did ever suffered from impostor syndrome. Madison, an 11 year old chess champion from Indiana, asked how poker kept up her motivation through loss and doubt. Unit said that she rarely suffered from self doubt because she was so strong at such a young age and grew up in such a supportive environment and family. I was struck by her Frank answer. The students were caught slightly off guard as well. They expected you to. So many of our other guests to tell a story about a time when she lacked confidence or worry that she wasn't good enough. She just didn't have that many stories like that. Though she did recall cheering herself up during a bad tournament by playing over some of her attacking masterpieces to remind herself of how she could play at her best. Her win against Alexei shirov and Buenos Aires would give any chess player.

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"chess" Discussed on Ladies Knight Chess

Ladies Knight Chess

05:42 min | 2 months ago

"chess" Discussed on Ladies Knight Chess

"And I love Harriet's story because she played a lot as a junior and she was incredibly strong, reached a peak of 24 50 plus. Strong international master. But she took a long break. And then when she came back, she won her 5th British women's championship title. And there was over 20 years between her most recent and the previous one. We just goes to show that it's never too late to get back in there and show who's boss. So big, congrats to Harry and thanks for coming to meet me. And she's also quite invested in bringing more girls and women into the game. So it's nice to see that. Movement, which is really happening worldwide. I mean, the ECF, the English chess federation, I also got a chance to meet Aga, who is the director of women's chess in the UK. And you just see a lot of positive movement with people all over the world trying to push forward women and chess. And I love to see it. While in London, I also got a chance to play chess by the teams as there's this group called OTB south bank. So people come on Sunday and play chess and there's YouTube recordings of it. It was really lovely. I also got a chance to meet my old friend, Jonathan Rosen. He's a grandmaster who's also a philosopher. And he's been in some really great chess books, which are seeing a comeback with the chest boom. Chest for zebras and the 7 deadly chestnuts. Most recently moves that matter. Jonathan has a very philosophical and psychological perspective on chess, which really inspired me when I was a college student reading his books. So it was great to reconnect with him. After this whirlwind of activity in London, I had a chance for a little rest and then our girls club got a unique opportunity to play against none other than the greatest woman player of all time, unit pulgar. You did had invited us to play her in this historic simul, where she played against 11 different communities around the world. Many of the communities were big streamers or YouTubers. Like agin mater and a Rudolph or Anna cramling. And they would bring all of their fans together and play Judith in a group game. My community was the girls club, the U.S. chess girls club. We were also joined by our cross cultural partners with lighthouse chess club and business meets just in chess and kids. So we actually had girls there from over a dozen countries from Kenya from Uganda. We had girls from Lebanon, meaningful to me because shahadi is a Lebanese name. We also had girls from Kazakhstan from Israel from Malawi. It was a really special day. My co host, alessia Santa Rambo, was also streaming it on her own Twitch channel. And alessia, along with the girls, convinced me to do something that I never thought I would do..

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"chess" Discussed on Ladies Knight Chess

Ladies Knight Chess

05:46 min | 2 months ago

"chess" Discussed on Ladies Knight Chess

"I'll read that to you right now. On June 26th, 1944, a crumbly Nazi regime dropped bombs over London. Vera, along with her sister and mother, hid out again in their basement, which was instantly demolished by a direct hit, all three died. Their home, which contained various papers, letters, and game scores was destroyed. Chess players in Britain were devastated by various death. Calling it an unspeakable tragedy. A friend, Thomas Olsen wrote, that she who faced the blitz undaunted, the a previous bombing that Vera had survived, should now, in the last days of the war, be struck down, is a catastrophe for brace jazz and a heavy blow to her friends. Menchik was only 38 years old when she died. The most important move of her life turned out to be an unlucky one. Across their street was a subway bomb shelter, which remained intact. Had they decided to run for that shelter. They would have likely survived. Unlike chess, life gives us incomplete information. The a time world champion couldn't have known. She'd have time to cross the street. Yeah, very sad story about environment chick and I think that we need to preserve her memory by playing over games and thinking about the impact she made on women and chess and how much more she could have done if she had lived longer, but looking at her successors and her predecessors and keeping her stories and games alive. One of my favorite barometric games is against her contemporary Sonia Graf, who was second place in the women's world championship many times. And also forms the narrative of this chapter along with Farrah mention. As they both had such interesting lives and they were both women, far ahead of their time. One of the points I make in this chapter is that for a menchik who was very shy was able to find greatness through jazz. Because she found her immense talent and was a pioneer. Whereas Sonia graff, who was a Bon vivant who defied the Nazis and was an anti fascist and loved to travel the world and meet new friends. Well, for her, chess was a vehicle to travel, to passion, and to meet amazing people. In the end, it saves Sonya's life because she was so vocal against the Nazis. She probably would have been slaughtered if she was in Germany during the outbreak of World War II. But she was playing in a chess tournament and Buenos Aires. And she ended up staying in Argentina along with some people you might have heard of if you're listening to this in a chess historian, night orf, who was a Polish Jew, the same thing happened to him. He was playing in the 1939 olympiad in Buenos Aires and he stayed there..

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"chess" Discussed on Ladies Knight Chess

Ladies Knight Chess

04:52 min | 2 months ago

"chess" Discussed on Ladies Knight Chess

"If you want to get more involved in all we do at U.S. chess to empower girls and women through chess, please consider a tax deductible donation of any size to our U.S. chess women program and reach out to me with any question. He has more experience, but I won't lose again oh hello everyone. This is Jennifer shahadi and today I have a special edition of ladies night for you where I'm going to take you on the road with me from the last couple of months where after a couple of years of a lot less travel than usual, I had an extremely fun spring where I have from London to Memphis, to St. Louis. So you can get an inside look at some of my work with girls and chess on the road and also the launch of my book chess queens. It all started with a trip to London for the UK launch of chess queens. I do have a British publisher hotter and started. So that was a natural place to kick off my return to jumping on and off blades. It started off on a really good note as The Sunday Times in London published a great review of chess queens and a quote from it. Like The Queen's Gambit, chess queens isn't really about chats, but power. Jennifer shahade is up for the fight. Wow. I love that. I mean, that was one of the nicest things anybody said about my work. So essentially, since it ties into my work more generally, that it's not just about the book and my writing. It's also all about the fight to get more girls and women and gender minorities in chess. And to keep them and to make them comfortable, right? It's not just about bringing more girls and women into the sport as like a chess and banjos. It's about making sure that chess is equipped to make things better and be a net positive for marginalized communities to enter it. So I really like the way she put it and it's all these nice when somebody writes something about your work that isn't exactly what you would say because it shows that the whole point of putting work out into the world is to allow it to have new life to inspire people in different ways than what you thought it would. It's that mystery and that magic. I think of creation. It was also the first legacy pub to go into my literary work. So it was really meaningful to me. And speaking of chest pains at the time of recording, it's widely available as an ebook and an audiobook. If you like my voice, and a U.S. test sales, you can find some limited collectible signed copies. I'll put those links in the show notes, but it's always great to support U.S..

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What Is the Real Russian Problem?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:57 min | 3 months ago

What Is the Real Russian Problem?

"Now here's a different analysis, I would call it an historical analysis that's coming from Paul Berman, was one of the more astute students of American foreign policy. You wrote some very interesting things about Islamic radicalism, a 9 11. And he broke with kind of liberal orthodoxy. He's writing as a liberal, but as a kind of a tough minded liberal about a radical Islam. Now here's Paul Berman talking about and he says, what is the Russian problem? This is an article by the way in the magazine called foreign policy put out by the brookings institution. It's called the intellectual catastrophe of Vladimir Putin. A little bit of a misleading title because we're not actually talking about just Putin himself. We're talking about the position in which the Russian leaders find themselves. And what bartman says is that the Russians have been facing a problem for a long time. In fact, going back to the 19th century. What's the problem? Well, they have a great history. They have a great culture and a great literature. And they also have an incredibly vast country, one of the biggest countries in the world. And so one would expect that based upon Russian size and Russian past glory. And also the sophistication of Russian culture, the Russians are very good at allot of different things. From music to chess, bartman says, you would expect the Russians to have formed a kind of successful government, a stable political system to match. Or to go along with. There are other achievements, but they sort of never have. And he goes back to the 19th century to say that even under the Tsar is Russia had created this kind of medieval aristocracy, this kind of empire, but an empire based upon mass serfdom. That was technologically quite backward, even though it was culturally quite advanced.

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Robert Wilkie: 'Donald Trump Forced Putin Into a Box'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:53 min | 3 months ago

Robert Wilkie: 'Donald Trump Forced Putin Into a Box'

"Donald Trump forced Putin into a box because Putin couldn't figure out what the next move was. And then when he saw the administration in action, 200 of his hand picked, special knots, thugs, evaporated. And let's just talk about that for a second. So this is the moment in The White House. When president Trump saw the destabilization of Syria at the hands of hundreds of Russian quote unquote contractors who of course were special operators. And we killed them. President Trump gave the order to the death and they were vaporized. And sectors orders were very simple two words annihilate. Right. And they were annihilated and told us about the significance that Putin did nothing in retaliation. He did absolutely nothing in retaliation because he realized he was up against someone who would strike back. And he didn't know where he would strike back. And that is the key. I mean, you look at most of our great leaders have been incredible chess players in intellectually. Truman Eisenhower, Nixon, really. They not only could see a chess board, but they were three or four steps ahead. And they were constantly keeping the other side off balance. President Trump did that. And rhetoric rhetoric is an awfully important tool in statecraft. And often forgotten. Often forgotten because you could, you can fool the opposition. You can cower the opposition. You can create a fog of war so the other guy has no idea what's coming. And Trump did that as well as anyone, but let's contrast this. You talked about the British interlocutor you had. Donald Trump was not censured by the parliament of the United

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Oil Prices Are Surging Toward $100 a Barrel

Mark Levin

01:16 min | 4 months ago

Oil Prices Are Surging Toward $100 a Barrel

"The price of gasoline has been going up the price of a barrel of oil is heading towards a $100 a barrel Even before this invasion So Biden and his surrogates are going to try and hide behind the invasion despite the fact that they're responsible for this and the neocon artists how do you like that phrase mister producer The neo con artists who are impudent back pocket who never criticize Putin they're going to do exactly the same thing They're going to say oh well you're going to have the cost So why are we anti Putin Why do we care what happens in Ukraine Ladies and gentlemen what the hell have we done to stop them Virtually nothing So what does all this barking about We've done virtually nothing We're moving chess pieces around We haven't loaded up the Ukrainian with weapons like we should have a long time ago So what is it that they're whining about and wetting themselves about The depends corner of the Republican and Democrat party And what will Republican leaders denounce And conservative leaders denounce this kind of assimilate Oh Yes when will they do that

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Chris Buskirk: 'We Have to Keep Beating That Drum'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:27 min | 4 months ago

Chris Buskirk: 'We Have to Keep Beating That Drum'

"You a video that I think is a game changer when my team and I said this is it. That's it end of story, no debate this is the next election. It's from the west Chester police at the airport last year in the middle of the night intercepting some CIA contractors from mvm here in Asheville, Virginia, ferrying illegal aliens in an arm Mark jumper jet. Don't want to be somewhere where the spotlight is. A lot of this is just, no, I get it. Because what we don't want to do is abstract attention. We don't want the media to like we don't even know where we're going when they come. I get the whole secrecy and all this is even about my experience. And why? You know why? You know what? Yeah, no, but why? Come on. What's the big secret? Everybody knows what's happening. The government. Because if this gets out, the government is betraying the American people. Chris got to get your response. For me, if I were part of the conservative movement, if I were at Mar-a-Lago, this would be the campaign ad. When you have a CIA contractor saying, we gotta be on the down low, admitting afterwards that I'm not even allowed on the DA chess orders to show you my DoD army contractors ID. I'm only allowed to give the police my driver's license because this is so, so unconstitutional. Is there anything more that needs to be said about saving America? Well, yeah, probably, yes. I mean, I don't think it's verbally, but there's a lot more that needs to be said about this. And we need to be beating this drum nonstop. I'll give you another example step. There's a couple of miles from where I live literally across the street from where my kids went to school. There is an old hotel which has been used to house illegal aliens for the past year. It's a story that has been made quite public here in Arizona, but you know, people forget. And we have to, we have to keep beating that drum. I mean, this

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The Left Just Doesn't Want to Punish Criminals

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:38 sec | 5 months ago

The Left Just Doesn't Want to Punish Criminals

"All across the board, there just seems to be a move not to punish crimes, whether it's changing legislation and making soft on crime policies changing the laws, reclassifying felonies into misdemeanors, Eric. It seems that the left doesn't want to punish criminals. I mean, you look at New York and New York's new district attorney is no peach Los Angeles has when George gascon, San Francisco, has chess a boating. They get in there and they say, basically, you'd have to kill someone to go to jail and maybe you wouldn't even be there for life if you did. Gavin Newsom wants to empty out death row. So if there's no punishment, why shouldn't criminals just run

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The Biden Administration Can't Comprehend That Putin Doesn't Care to Play by Their Rules

The Trish Regan Show

01:55 min | 5 months ago

The Biden Administration Can't Comprehend That Putin Doesn't Care to Play by Their Rules

"We're in, let's talk about the 100,000 troops on the Ukraine Russian border. Yes, Vladimir Putin has a 100,000 troops there. Amazing how that happens, right? I don't recall this being such an issue during the Trump presidency, but suddenly now, the Democrats are back in power. The guy whose vice president to the guy who allowed the annexing of Crimea don't forget back in 2014, that was under president Obama's leadership, so if I'm bought and I'm like, well, hey, you know, maybe I take a stab at this again and see what happens with this guy. Joe Biden, who barely seems like he's awake. Look stays. One of the problems here and I'm going to get to this a little bit more in just a bit is that you've got blink in Secretary of State blinken who doesn't have a whole lot of going on upstairs. And others within this administration, that don't get that Vladimir Putin doesn't care about being one in their club, right? They think, wow, if you're going to be an actor on the world stage, if you're going to be part of this great society, if you're going to be part of one of the liberal economies in the world, then you kind of need to act by a certain code. Boom doesn't care about the code. You just get one bit. You know, that was actually something that Donald Trump kind of understood. Innately, he got that that Putin was just playing by a different set of rules. And we, as a nation, needed to adapt to that game of chess in some ways, right? Rather than sitting there and never never land thinking that everybody wants to win a Nobel Prize. Well, maybe some leaders don't actually care about that. Maybe they're just going to do what is in their interest, which in this case, lateral Putin sees as having more control over Ukraine. He doesn't want NATO right there. You know, at his back door on his frontier, it would be like us, you know, having to deal with China. Right there on the Canadian border, we wouldn't like that, right? You understand that so you have to think about it at least from that perspective

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AI Chessboard-Chess Intro and Wrap

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 6 months ago

AI Chessboard-Chess Intro and Wrap

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"chess" Discussed on Blindfold Chess

Blindfold Chess

01:56 min | 8 months ago

"chess" Discussed on Blindfold Chess

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"chess" Discussed on Blindfold Chess

Blindfold Chess

05:06 min | 8 months ago

"chess" Discussed on Blindfold Chess

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"chess" Discussed on Blindfold Chess

Blindfold Chess

03:55 min | 9 months ago

"chess" Discussed on Blindfold Chess

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"chess" Discussed on Blindfold Chess

Blindfold Chess

05:09 min | 9 months ago

"chess" Discussed on Blindfold Chess

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"chess" Discussed on Blindfold Chess

Blindfold Chess

06:50 min | 9 months ago

"chess" Discussed on Blindfold Chess

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The Stakes Are Too High for In-Party Fighting Right Now

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:18 min | 9 months ago

The Stakes Are Too High for In-Party Fighting Right Now

"Gonna take back america. We're going to have to take back. America because the democrats are leading us into the under the brink of ruin. People were aggravated that. I didn't go after mitch. Mcconnell and this debt ceiling debate. I have i admitted i have no stomach for in in party fighting right now. The stakes are too high. I don't think most people are sitting around fretting about temporarily extending the debt ceiling. I don't i think people are worried about losing their fundamental constitutional american god given rights. I think americans see this country on Heading to the absolute brink of ruin and the stakes are high and we have. We have no. Let's not get into the chess match that mika mcconnell and schumer have to rn into let's focus on. Oh i don't know a little thing like freedom a little thing like liberty. A little document called the constitution because we have shredded. We've absolutely shredded

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"chess" Discussed on Blindfold Chess

Blindfold Chess

03:34 min | 9 months ago

"chess" Discussed on Blindfold Chess

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"chess" Discussed on Blindfold Chess

Blindfold Chess

07:40 min | 9 months ago

"chess" Discussed on Blindfold Chess

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DHS Launches Internal Investigation Into Whipping of Haitian Migrants as Border Crisis Deepens

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:10 min | 9 months ago

DHS Launches Internal Investigation Into Whipping of Haitian Migrants as Border Crisis Deepens

"I want to read the story from political. I saw this last night. And i sent it to our group chat on our show and you know what i said i said. Now i've seen everything. Border patrol is now launching an investigation into the border patrol agents that are using a bridal or a rain of a horse not a whip to go after migrants. Now mind you border patrol or the congressional oversight. They're not launching an investigation. To the fact that one point eight million people have come into our country this last year. No investigation into that new investigation into the drugs falling into our country. Do you know what needs to be investigated. According to chess they say we need to define the appropriate disciplinary action to be taken pataki. Says i don't think anyone seeing that footage would think it's acceptable or appropriate. Oh i think it's really acceptable you've a guy with a bridle in a rain. Meanwhile is countries being invaded. And he's trying to prevent that from happening. this is an act of international invasion. This cut thirty four instead of actually investigating the fact that i don't know why is it that there's one point eight million people illegally coming into the country instead of launching an investigation into mark. Milley for in a treasonous way calling the chinese the set of launching an investigation into peter dasent or the origins of the voucher virus there now our energy and our resources everybody. We're now going to launch an investigation into whether or not some cowboys. We're trying to rein in. Criminal vigilantes trying to destroy your country. Play cut thirty four. i. I've seen some of the footage. I don't have the full context. I can't imagine what context would make appropriate. But i don't have additional details and certainly. I don't have additional context april. I don't think anyone seeing that footage would think it was acceptable or appropriate. It's perfectly acceptable. These people are criminals coming into our country. I mean i'm. I'm maybe i'm failing to understand why we need to have this deep seated sympathy. Do we have this deep seated sympathy for people that go around and rob banks. They're breaking into our country.

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"chess" Discussed on Blindfold Chess

Blindfold Chess

05:56 min | 9 months ago

"chess" Discussed on Blindfold Chess

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Google Develop AI for Detecting Abnormal Chest X-Rays Using Deep Learning

Daily Tech Headlines

02:09 min | 9 months ago

Google Develop AI for Detecting Abnormal Chest X-Rays Using Deep Learning

"On friday we talked about a nature publication by google. Ai scientists that showed how a deep learning system could detect abnormal chest xrays rays with an accuracy. Rivaling that of professional radiologists. The system only detects whether a chess scan is normal or not and is not trained to detect specific conditions. The goal here is to increase productivity and efficiency of radiologists clinical process. Let's examine some a i x ray. Science first of all how to rays work xrays are a type of radiation energy. Wave that can go through. Relatively thick objects without being absorbed or scattered very much. X rays have shorter wavelengths than visible light which makes them invisible to the human eye for medical applications of vacuum x. Ray tube accelerates electrons to collide with a metal and owed and creates rays these rays are then directed towards the intended target like a broken arm for example and then picked up by digital detectors called image plates on the other side differ body tissues absorb x rays differently so the high amount of calcium in bones for example makes them especially efficient at x ray. Absorption and this highly visible on the image detector soft tissues like lungs are slightly lighter but also visible making x ray and efficient method to diagnose pneumonia or pleural a fusion Which is fluid in the lungs. For example according to this latest nature publication approximately eight hundred and thirty seven million chest. Xrays are obtained yearly worldwide. That is a lot of pictures for radiologists to look at and can lead to longer wait times and diagnosis delays. And of course. This is why there's interest in developing ai. Tools to streamline the process many algorithms have already been developed but are rather aimed at detecting specific problems on an x ray. The google ai. Scientists however developed a deep learning system capable of sorting chest xrays into either normal or abnormal data intending. To lighten the case load on radiologists

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Using Presence to See the Poker Future

Poker With Presence

01:37 min | 10 months ago

Using Presence to See the Poker Future

"Night. I got a message over on twitter. Asking me this question. Which was how do. I approach this balanced between staying fully present. In the moment. When i'm playing and going step by step moment by moment and changing my plans as i go that way versus using some time and energy to plan out several steps ahead almost like a chess player who needs to think ten fifteen twenty moves ahead if they want to be able to see the whole picture and it's really great question and i think is shines a light on an attitude that in my opinion limits the ceiling of what most people can get to in terms of their highest levels of performance and to me. The answer is simple. There really is no difference and the reason why is because being fully present does not mean that. I can't anticipate and think about what is coming. It doesn't mean that. I am only capable of looking at. What is directly in front of me and then i have no awareness of how i might want to shift things moving forward. In fact it's the opposite in that. The more present that i get the more that i'm able to see the whole picture without expending a whole lot of time and energy and attention on trying to figure out all the little details of what's coming next instead. I'm able to just enjoy being in the moment and have the awareness kind of come through me of. Oh maybe this is going to be something. I need to consider in the future. Oh what about this. What about that in a way. That's calm and relaxed. Grounded and centered and not coming from a place of needing to know the answer

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"chess" Discussed on Ladies Knight Chess

Ladies Knight Chess

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"chess" Discussed on Ladies Knight Chess

"Yeah, I guess I just love that I've had opportunities like the school I work at has a great chess community, so I get to be part of that. I'm lucky for that. And I get my summer off. Oh yeah, you're gearing up for that right now. So 8 weeks early, your twins came. Oh, I guess because they were twins they weren't really expected till 37 weeks. I mean, but you're right. 5 weeks earlier, your twins came, and then on top of that, this was during the very beginning of the pandemic. So right at the beginning of the lockdown, yeah. Were you able to have your husband come to the hospital? So Sean was the last one of the final I guess you could say partners of the mother, right? Who were allowed in, so it was tough. But yeah, he got to meet the baby's very briefly, and they spent their time in the nicu and he wasn't allowed in only me. So again, when you see this happy positive outlook, I guess it's because we're all home and happy and it's such a, that's, I guess. Perspective, getting through that means everything else is easier. That is a really wonderful perspective. I mean, it's something you hear a lot that if you go through the worst, then you're more appreciative or health and happiness. And maybe we can't say that it was the worst because as we know your outcomes were very positive. You have three thriving children and seems like great careers, but some very trying times indeed. And now you kind of can see what really matters in life. Exactly. Chess openings. So tell me about the projects that you're most excited about right now because it is a summer, so you've got some time off and I know that you're not just sitting around. Of course you have your three kids that are gonna keep you busy, but you got some other stuff on the side, don't you? Yeah, so I'm really excited. You know, with the chest boom to be very honest, it's just opened up some new opportunities that I was very excited to be part of. So I've been able to film some chest courses. I've done two so far. And one's just launched. It's been great because it was easy to film because as you know, I do have three kids, so I wasn't able to travel far to do this, but we were able to film right in Brooklyn. So I just saw my first course, the art of the gambit. And yeah, as a young chess player, I remember one of my first openings was the king's gambit. I felt bad not including it in this course, but it wasn't one I've played that much in recent years, but gambits in general definitely have been the highlight of chest for me. Playing them, watching them. And yeah, so I was able to select some dynamic gambits for both when you're playing white and for when you're playing black. And I'm excited about that. It's now the courses launched and a lot of excellent chess teachers and chess players are also creating courses on the website as well. And this is effective chess dot com. Can you and we'll of course put the link to that in the show notes. What's your absolute number one favorite gambit?.

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