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.
Our nation's public school system is badly broken. This film takes a much needed step toward igniting a national dialogue aimed at fixing it.
This year's US Senate race in Florida is now a ménage à trois. Stay tuned.
Hip-hop singer Wyclef Jean announces he will appeal his disqualification as a presidential candidate in Haiti.
There is much irony here, as Target has long been known (and lauded) for its progressive policies benefiting its gay employees.
Obama insults the American people with his parsing.
Joblessness remains a fundamental weakness in the US economy.
Can Marco Rubio overcome seemingly insurmountable odds to become Florida's next Senator? Very possibly.
Republicans call for Florida Legislature to investigate ACORN.
The United States Postal Service is a multi-billion dollar annual liability to the taxpayers. Is it time to cut our losses?
The Obama administration's Cash for Clunkers program is badly flawed. Will universal health care be more of the same?