The Op/Ed Primary: What GOP contenders’ editorials tell us about 2016

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The Op/Ed Primary: What GOP contenders' editorials say about them

Think of it as the Op/Ed Primary.When a Republican politician writes an editorial in a national newspaper this year, it means one thing: They're running for president in 2016. (Democrats have been pretty quiet on this front so far.)Below, we take a closer look at what they're writing.Gov. Bobby Jindal(AP)The politician: Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, once (and future?) rising starWhat he argued: Jindal's columns show a politician wrestling with the future of the party. He tsk-tsked Republicans for being "the …

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