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jindals-book2Has a familiar title. Now where did I hear, Leadership and Crises? Or was it Crises and Leadership?
Yesterday, Robert Travis Scott, President and CEO of PAR (and former reporter for the Times Picayune) crafted this commentary about Common Core:

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|At the Georgetown Waterfront Park in Washington, D.C., which looks out onto the Francis Scott Key Bridge, the president asked lawmakers to close a tax loophole for companies that send profits overseas in order to fill the coffers of the Highway Trust Fund.

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|Citing the repeated delays of the Keystone XL oil pipeline, Rep. Bill Cassidy, R-Fla., says President Obama is more concerned with placating environmentalists than he is with creating jobs.

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CNN's Wolf Blitzer talks to IRS Commissioner John Koskinen about the current scandal and accusations plaguing his agency.

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|Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., say former Sen. Howard Baker, a Republican who passed away Thursday, was well-loved by members of both parties.

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|Adam Brandon, the executive vice president of FreedomWorks, explains to CBS News Congressional Correspondent Nancy Cordes why Mississippi Senate candidate Chris McDaniel, who just lost a runoff election to Sen. Thad Cochran in the Republican primary, is not yet giving up his hopes of becoming the Republican Senate nominee.

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|He lost the Mississippi Republican primary runoff to Sen. Thad Cochran, but tea party favorite Chris McDaniel declared, "I'm still standing."

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|Longtime Rep. Charles Rangel declared victory in the Democratic primary in his NYC district, though the race was too close to call, and six-term Republican Sen. Thad Cochran narrowly beat his tea party challenger in Mississippi. CBS News Elections Director Anthony Salvanto dissects the results of a busy election night.

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|The veteran senator from Mississippi was forced into a primary runoff against state Sen. Chris McDaniel, but the six-term Republican narrowly defeated his tea party challenger.

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Mississippi Senate runoff: The stakes
Tuesday, 24 June 2014 05:15

|It's the Republican establishment vs. the tea party, Round 2, in Mississippi as voting gets underway in the primary runoff between Sen. Thad Cochran and Chris McDaniel. CBS News Elections Director Anthony Salvanto discusses the keys to victory for both sides.

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