Jim Webb Tests Populist Message for Possible WH Run

Salena Zito, PTR
WASHINGTON — Jim Webb’s parents taught him early what it means to be a leader.“Different families have different discussions at the dinner table,” he said. “Ours was how you lead people; how do you take care of people?”Those talks typically culminated in this question: “What kind of leader do you want — a leader who will make you do something, or make you want to do something?” he told the Tribune-Review in an interview on Capitol Hill.He knew then that his life’s calling was “this alternating cycle of public service and independent entrepreneurship.”Webb, 69, the former senator from…