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Tuesday, March 16, 2010
Just back from the MSNBC studio where I had this exchange with David Shuster & Janice Crouse of Concerned Women for America. Concerned about what, you ask? Good question!

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Monday, February 15, 2010
It's That Time of Year Again!

Happy new year, especially if you're a Tiger. Even if you're not, may the fearful symmetry be with you.


Sunday, February 14, 2010
Words to live by... and I have.

Randy Roberts Live

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Wednesday, December 16, 2009

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Sunday, December 13, 2009
New Videos: Tracy in the Strategy Room

I had a great time with Alan Colmes in the Fox Strategy Room this week. Visit YouTube for the two-part interview...

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Friday, November 13, 2009
Googling Belief: St. Genevieve Church in Thibodaux, LA on November 4th at 6 PM

At 2:10, the children enter. Around 5:10, a wonderful commentary about belief.

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Thursday, November 12, 2009
RELIQUARY DIARY: October 22. Entering St. Michael Catholic Church in Gainesville, GA. A video of Father Michelet and slideshow. Close-up images, including the procession. Change of pace to see a smaller gathering and to hear Father Michelet's extremely persuasive, comforting voice. You can download this short video and see how the relic is handled or managed as she exits the van. The sound of birds in the background is very soothing.

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RELIQUARY DIARY:A video from Our Lady of Wisdom in Lafayette, Louisiana Posted: Nov 05, 2009 at

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Sunday, November 01, 2009
Barbara to Bill: Plug thyself

This is great TV. "Yeah baby, 25 years." A must watch, mes amis.


Sunday, August 16, 2009
New Video: Tracy & the Beast

...on Ida Jeng's Kosmopolit blog for the Danish daily Politiken. Is coitus interruptus really truly "better than nothing"?

My Daily Beast column on "the new unsafe sex" is here.

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Saturday, August 15, 2009
New Video: Spotted on Salon

I'm posting this video of Joan Walsh on Hardball for a friend who follows American politics from overseas. (I find all this talk of 'government takeover' precious! I'm as leery of authoritarian governments as the next person, but what do these people actually mean when they invoke the G-word? I'd like to know more about what else they believe/support/don't support when it comes to government intrusion.)


New Video: Tracy Revisits Times Square

Metropolis, a Dutch TV series, explores the lives of urban prostitutes. My segment (in English or with Dutch subtitles) travels back to a building where I spent some time as a teenager.


Friday, August 14, 2009
Video Archives: Tracy talks about Eliot Spitzer, Spring 2008


Thursday, August 13, 2009
Video Archives: A Working Girl's Work Ethic

Here's a clip from a recent CNBC documentary with a rather lurid title...

Read more about it here.


Sunday, October 05, 2008
Everything You Don't Know About Alaska

...and shouldn't be afraid to ask.

Watching this is a must, if you want to look past the hype, smoke, mirrors ...and the idiotic jokes which too many are making about this young, sparsely populated state.

A Uni of Alaska history professor (David Noon) answers questions from James Pinkerton about Alaska politics, mythology, economics, history and religion.

I had no clue about the Russian Orthodox parishes in Western Alaska and the native population. Wow.

So why the heck doesn't Sarah Palin take a minute to tell us this rich, colourful stuff about her state? Instead of twittering on about "the border" and the tiresome concept of Russia as "other"? Alaska has a historic relationship with Russia; you can still see old Russian architecture in Sitka (which was the Russian capital of Alaska.)

Anyway. David Noon asserts that Protestant missionaries were much more aggressive, while the Russians were more adaptive, translating the bible into local (native) languages. This conversation is a welcome change of pace.

I blame Republican handlers, my liberal friends, and Palin herself for the inane perceptions that pass for regional humor these days. She's doing her own state a horrible disservice.

Watch. Send this link to all your friends.

PS: If you find Sarah Palin puzzling, Noon has a theory about why she's not really built for national politics.

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