This Week in Leadership
-Martin Cauchon is in the news and has suddenly opened up to alternative health care solutions and flexible federalism. I've always liked Cauchon, but I'd have a tough time supporting anyone who makes the fiscal imbalance and asymmetrical federalism one of his top priorities.
-Joe Fontana is seriously considering a run at Liberal leadership. He has no doubt been inspired by Tom Wappell's 1990 bid.
-On the other end of the quality candidate spectrum, the darling of the blogosphere seems to be marching towards a leadership bid.
Update: There's more Kennedy stuff here, here, here, and here.
-As observed by several other blogs, Belinda Stronach has no Liberal logo anywhere on her website.
-Speaking of Belinda, Reg Alcock is quite intrigued by this economic pie she keeps promising to bake, and it looks like he's jumping on board her campaign.
-The kids at Fuddle Duddle are up in arms over the Quebec Young Liberals President, Brigitte Legault's decision to back Belinda Stronach for leadership.
-There's a new blog up and running from a "LPC insider". I'm obligated to link to it, due to my policy of hyping any blogs which refer to me as a "clever guy".
-Out good friend Joe Volpe is in the news yet again.
UPDATE: Apparently Anne McLellan is going to be supporting Bob Rae. I kid you not. I'm not sure if this is a "if I'm going down, I'm taking you all with me" strategy or what, but it's certainly unexpected.