A sergeant in a U.S. Special Forces National Guard unit faces a 20-year prison sentence for his alleged involvement in a multi-national gun-trafficking ring where he provided semi-automatic weapons to Chinese nationals who would then ship the guns to China.Staff Sergeant Joseph Debose, a 29-year-old ... More >>
Your friends can be very persuasive. So persuasive that their enticements to "catch up" over wine and cheese or "catch a game" while consuming nutrient-based commodities like beer and chicken wings will pretty much always win out over less hilarious pursuits like "going to the gym." To "be he ... More >>
Click to enlarge.Before and after Angry Crane's reign of terror. So, McDonald's: The Fast Food Restaurant that's basically terrible for the universe. They had a location in downtown Brooklyn that you could reach by simply going over the Manhattan Bridge and taking a left (or if you're driving ... More >>
F2K is a countdown of the 50 worst songs of the decade. Track our progress here.
Unreasonable, short-sighted, hyperbolic, childish, reactionary--well, to be fair, "Angry American" is a pretty accurate title...
It seems that our items about the NYPD's campaign to stop its own retired officers from using the department logo have struck a chord. The Voice has gotten an unusual number of emails on this subject.
As you may recall, Police Commissioner Ray Kelly's people sent letters to so-called 10-13 clubs, w ... More >>
While a crewman aboard the M/V/ Maersk Alabama seems to imply in a note to friends that merchant vessels need weapons to battle future Somali pirate attacks, a leading maritime security expert says that's not such a good idea. "I assume the company will be forced into taking some k ... More >>
If rightbloggers have a theme song, it must be ABBA's "Waterloo": And how could I ever refuse/I feel like I win when I lose. Their obsessive rapid response to Obama-related events has only one purpose: to declare a big win for their side, no matter what happens and even if it renders their earlier ... More >>
The Times has a fun piece today about the proliferation of vanity publishing in a time when traditional publishers are struggling.As the article points out, the vast majority of self-published books end up being purchased by no one but the author and a few family members. But that doesn't seem to st ... More >>