Easier to navigate? here are a few suggestions:
1) On the site all of the following are links:
a)yellow bold san serif font
b)blue standard serif font
c)black underlined san serif font
d)white smaller san serif underlined font
e)blue caps san serif font
This is poor navigation. It will confuse users and impact on the usability of the site. I'd sugegst you pick a colour (preferably blue) and stick with it
2)Your text size switches between serif and non-serif fonts (and in size and in colour) with no really obvious reason for doing so
3)On the left hand navigation board I'd suggest left aligning the titles
4) OK I just went to the clock page and got two more link versions:dark blue, underlined san serif and white underlined bigger font - you really need to cut these down - it damages the impression of a coherant style throughout the site
5)Once I am into the site, the logo does not link back to the home page - it should - users expect it to.
7)For some reason I thought it was Perl
8)OK just went to the newsletter page and there is a serif font again - you need to pick a body text style and stick with it.
9)I couldn't find a privacy statement - if you want users to give you their email address you should have this on your site somewhere.
I agree with freesources that the yellow fontcolor should be replaced, it hurts your eyes.
I viewed the site at 1024x768 and it looked really small, so maybe you'd better create the site so that it 'stretches' on a higher resolution.
Cody, your site looks too cluttered, and as others said, yellow is not a good fit. I suppose the contrast there is too strong and hurts the eye. A muted yellow or light blue would probably be better. I thought the search result page could also be customised more to fit with the rest of the site.
And now... a pissed off guy sounds off. Although I do see some similarities in the designs and codes, there are also many differences. Even if he took some codes from you, which he might have (probably not), he modified enough stuff to call it his own. I mean, after all, how original is a three column design with the menu, logo, and banner on top. That would be like me claiming all rights to any table with width of 600. Sometimes people just place something because that's the standard. I would find it bizarre if he places the menu on the right and search boxes on the right. Unless you can find a very unique string of code that you use, or have a particularly bizarre style of writing HTML, I very much doubt you can prove the alleged theft.