DAY'S END ROUNDUP

FROM THE BLOGS:
 
Does Samantha Power have a mea culpa doctrine?
The Washington Examiner’s Phillip Klein says the new U.S. ambassador to the U.N. will completely re-think U.S. foreign policy.

Why the GOP is unpopular with Millennials
The Daily Beast’s Jon Favreau says a “close-minded, racist, rigid, old-fashioned” party isn’t a selling point for Millennials.
 
Working-Class whites still vital for Dems
Andrew Levison and Ruy Tuxeira of The New Republic say Democrats still need to win a significant amount of voters from the Republican coalition to keep a hold on the White House in 2016.
 
Is Obama policy toward inspector generals to blame for scandals?
The Wall Street Journal’s Joseph Schmitz says the recent scandals are due to Obama preventing the inspector generals from having true independence.
 
OTHER NEWS SOURCES:
 
Obama thrilled by Rice’s return
The Hill’s Justin Sink reports on President Obama's appointment of former U.N. ambassador Susan Rice to the position of National Security Advisor on Wednesday.

IRS staffers placed on leave over free food, gifts
The Hill’s Bernie Becker reports that two IRS officials were placed on administrative leave due to accepting hundred of dollars of free food and gifts.