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WSJ: Chess Grandmaster Likely Cheated 100+ Times

The Wall Street Journal reports: When world chess champion Magnus Carlsen last month suggested that American grandmaster Hans Moke Niemann was a cheater, the 19-year-old Niemann launched an impassioned defense. Niemann said he had cheated, but only at two points in his life, describing them as youthful indiscretions committed when he was 12 and 16 years old. Now, however, an …

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Putin Signs Law Formalizing Ukraine Annexation

Reuters reports: President Vladimir Putin formally incorporated four Ukrainian regions into Russia on Wednesday even as his forces retreated within them, while Moscow stepped up its energy war with Europe by further cutting gas supplies. Pushing ahead with Europe’s biggest annexation since World War Two, Putin signed off on a law annexing the new territory, which represents up to 18% …

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Fox News Host: Clean Energy Will Lead To “Eugenics”

Media Matters has the transcript: So this whole thing about climate change, hurricanes, when they come out and say, see, there’s a hurricane, climate change, see, it’s bad. It’s a bad hurricane. It would be less bad but for climate change, and you got to vote for us. You got to give us the money. You got to give us …

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Poll: Mark Kelly +3 Over Blake Masters In Senate Race

CBS News reports: Arizona is another battleground where strong opposing forces underpin the race. And in this state that was so close in 2020, election denialism does not find favor beyond a handful of those in the Republican base – nor do voters want it to be a campaign focus. What’s working in Democratic Senator Mark Kelly’s favor is the …

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Politico: GA GOP Knew About Abortion Months Ago

Politico reports: Months before news broke alleging that Herschel Walker paid for an abortion, top Republicans in the state — including those advising his team — warned him that the story could torpedo his campaign. Four people with knowledge of those preliminary discussions said that the abortion issue was well known within the state, even before reporters began inquiring about …

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Dana Loesch: I Don’t Care If Walker “Paid Some Skank” For An Abortion, I Want Control Of The Senate [VIDEO]

“So, does this change anything? Do you want my opinion? You’re listening. Not a damn thing. How many times have I said four very important words. These four words: winning is a virtue. “What I’m about to say is in no means a contradiction or a compromise of a principle. And, please keep in mind that I am concerned about …

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Gingrich: Walker Has A “Deep Commitment To Christ”

“If it comes down to issues, Warnock is just gone because he’s wrong on virtually everything Georgians believe in and he knows that which is why he’s trying to drag this campaign down into the mud in the hopes that he can drown Herschel Walker in mud. “You know, I talked to Herschel about this this morning and I’ve known …

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CHATTER AWAY: Overnight Open Thread

Deadline Hollywood reports: The long-in-the-works Frasier followup is finally a reality. Paramount+ has given a series greenlight to the multi-camera comedy, executive produced by Kelsey Grammer who is reprising his signature character, psychiatrist-turned-radio host Frasier Crane. Details about the new series are also not being revealed beyond the fact that it is focused on Frasier Crane’s (Grammer) next chapter in …

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Damage From Hurricane Ian Expected To Exceed $50B

CNN reports: The devastation wrought by Hurricane Ian likely caused more than $50 billion in damages — and also dinged overall US economic output, economists say. Initial damages from the deadly storm are estimated to be in the range of $45 billion to $55 billion in Florida and at least several billion dollars in South Carolina, according to Laura Ratz, …

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CDC Warns That Flu Season May Be Worst In Years

Via press release from the CDC: With a potentially severe respiratory season ahead, about half of all US adults remain vulnerable to influenza (flu), according to new data released today by the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases (NFID). The new NFID survey of US adults found that only 49% plan to get a flu vaccine during the 2022-2023 flu season. …

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