Michael Seinberg

When I decide to buy something, I tend to ask a number of questions of the seller or maker of the product. Does the product function properly? Is it a good value? Is it safe?

As I write this, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris have been in office for 12 days.

I’m sitting here at my computer and out the window the world is covered in a fresh six-inch coating of snow.

As I write this, most world leaders, the media, state election officials across the country, and the majority of American voters now agree that Joe Biden and Kamala Harris won the election by a cle

I saw a very interesting political cartoon recently. It showed two lines of people marching in opposite directions and each person was holding up a sign with a single word on it.

The one thing you can say about 2020 is that it’s been an unusual year in almost all ways.

Have you heard this refrain recently? People complaining that no matter what subject they bring up, it gets political? Is that an exaggeration?

My wife and I had to go out the other day to pick up a couple of things. Nothing crazy, mind you, just groceries.

In the long-ago year of 2012, I wrote a column called The Altamont Wave.

When I started writing this column back in January or February, things were, shall we say, a little different.


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