In addition to his activities as a Blogcritics editor, Clavos has carved himself a niche as a self-employed used boat salesman in South Florida. He has lived abroad off and on since childhood, says he's fluent in Spanish and amuses waiters and cabdrivers with his Spanish-riddled Portuguese, Italian and French as well. Clavos is an avid boating enthusiast. He recently married the most beautiful self-styled "Boat Girl" in the world, moved back aboard his ancient trawler, "Second Act," and has resumed the liveaboard lifestyle, with neither foot on dry land.
Who knows? We "deniers" may turn out to be right after all.
Hugo Chavez: Blackguard, buffoon, or something in between?
Did Obama and his minions lie, or were they just naive? Either way, the people lose.
As the candidates clear the convention gates, the real horserace is under way.
Ostensibly anti-discrimination, the Democrats, led by the White House, defeat a bill to protect females.
By passing "loser pays" legislation, Texas has taken another important step in its aggressive campaign to attract business.
Do our politicians work for us – or not?
Like the mythological Phoenix, “Death Panels” have once more taken wing.
Florida Governor Rick Scott has just signed into law the nation's first bill that will set sweeping new teacher work rules dealing with hiring, firing, evaluations and merit pay.
The administration is struck another blow over the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.