The fact of the matter is Justin Trudeau, the probable next leader of the Liberal Party of Canada, is being attacked by the other contenders for the title. As it should be.
The latest, according to The Canadian Press, is "...Martin Cauchon...questioning front-runner Justin Trudeau's judgment in continuing to collect public speaking fees while serving as an MP."
Last week Martha Hall Findlay took Mr. Trudeau to task. She asked "...how he can pretend to understand the needs of middle-class Canadians given his privileged upbringing as the eldest son of former prime minister Pierre Trudeau."
This is good, very good. Think of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton's battles for the Democratic nomination in 2008. Mr. Trudeau is getting battle hardened.