They said they were told the cost would be under $1,000.
That sure does look like a bottle of Grey Goose behind your desk, Doug Ford. Eagle-eyed Reddit user Physicalred spotted the bottle in the background during Toronto councillor Doug Ford's interview wit...
As I stood in the Huffington Post newsroom on Wednesday, watching Rob Ford admit on live television to smoking crack cocaine, I thought about Ford's wife, Renata. Until about 10 years ago, I would have wondered "how on earth does a woman stay with a man like that?" I would have thought of her as weak for not leaving him -- a man who's been in numerous public "drunken stupors," a man who was charged with assault after police were called to their home, a man who confesses to smoking crack. No woman should stand for that, right? But I know better than that now. I was married to an alcoholic for 12 years, and I didn't leave.
On Tuesday, Rob Ford issued a public apology to his wife and family after admitting he smoked crack. "I can't change the past and I can apologize to my family, my friends, my colleagues and the peopl...
Toronto might not be rid of Rob Ford for some time -- that is, it somehow seems more likely now that he could be re-elected in October 2014. Judging by radio call-in shows over the last week and a bit, the mayor has his fair share of supporters out there -- still, amazingly, even after everything. Some of them are delusional for sure -- the popular argument from the pro-Ford ranks that what the mayor does on his own time, even if it's crack cocaine, shouldn't matter is completely, utterly, stupid -- but there are a lot of people who still buy into his just a regular guy fighting for regular people like me shtick.