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.
McCain, true to his reputation as a maverick, has completely overturned the dynamics of the Presidential race.
We must begin now to prioritize and start planning to deal with the coming changes in our population.
Controlling the price of gasoline at the pump is a matter of national security.
These talented musicians present an enjoyable potpourri of acoustic music.
Unless the U.S. acts, and acts quickly, to strengthen our allies in Latin America economically, Chávez will engulf them all.
The Clintons' war on Barack Obama intensified in Myrtle Beach, but they may have overplayed their hand this time.
Overnight, Bolivia has taken center stage in the struggle between Capitalism and Socialism in Latin America.
Will the Venezuelans ever be rid of this plague on their House?
Will the Democrats shoot themselves in the foot over an arcane rule?
A battle is brewing between the state and national political parties. Once again, Florida is in the vanguard.