Jeremy Los
Jeremy Los

I'm a San Diego State alum with a degree in Journalism and Media Studies and a minor in Political Science. Based out of America's finest city, San Diego, I was part of PolicyMic's initial intern class. I have a love affair with American politics, particularly with what transpires on Capitol Hill and elections.

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Feb. 29, 2012

Rick Santorum Showed Well In Michigan Primary, But Missed His Chances to Overthrow Mitt Romney

Rick Santorum has closed the gap on Mitt Romney, but his missteps in Michigan cost him an opportunity to deal the frontrunner a crippling blow.

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Jan. 24, 2012

President Obama's State of the Union Will Propel Re-Election Efforts

The president used the state of the union as a platform to launch his reelection campaign.
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Jan. 24, 2012

10 More Coveted GOP Endorsements for Newt Gingrich Than Fred Thompson

When it comes to Republican endorsements, these are the people candidates want to have in their corner.
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Jan. 1, 2012

Iowa Caucus is Great Theater, But Won't Tell Who Will Win GOP 2012 Nomination

The Iowa Caucus is not as important as the primaries in New Hampshire, Florida, and South Carolina.
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Dec. 2, 2011

Why Rocky Anderson and Other Third Party Candidates Will Fail in 2012

Former Salt Lake City Mayor Rocky Anderson will make a run for president as a third party candidate. Too bad he will not get very far.
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Dec. 1, 2011

Michele Bachmann's Iran Gaffe Is Further Proof of GOP Ineptitude

Bachmann's Iran embassy gaffe is another example of just how bad these Republican presidential candidates really are.

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Nov. 21, 2011

Huntsman Girls Exhibit the Value of Social Media

Jon Huntsman's daughters have mastered the art of using social media as a political campaign tool.
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Nov. 16, 2011

Gingrich Is the GOP Flavor of the Month For 2012

Gingrich is the latest candidate to rise suddenly in the polls, and like the others, he will eventually fall back.
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Nov. 9, 2011

Romney Is the Best GOP Candidate

Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney provides the best chance for the Republican Party to regain the White House in 2012.
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Nov. 1, 2011

5 Liberals Distancing Themselves From Obama

With 2012 quickly approaching, here are the five most famous liberals who have distanced themselves from President Obama.
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Oct. 27, 2011

Michele Bachmann's 2012 Run Is Coming To An End

Congresswoman Michele Bachmann's unexpected run to the top of the GOP primary has come crashing down. It is time for her to realize it's over and go back to work in Congress.

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Oct. 18, 2011

Las Vegas GOP Debate Might Be Too Much, Too Soon

Network executives run the risk of diluting political debates by having one every other week.
Oct. 15, 2011

Mitt Romney's Religion Will Unnecessarily Hurt Him in 2012

The recent discussion about Mitt Romney's religious beliefs is just another reminder that American voters put far too much emphasis on religion.
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Oct. 12, 2011

Herman Cain, Ron Paul Surge Forward With Simple Ideas

Cain and Paul's straightforward rhetoric and the weak GOP field are responsible for their growing prominence in the Republican primary contest.
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Oct. 4, 2011

Chris Christie Chooses Wisely by Passing on 2012

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie rightly said "thanks, but no thanks" to those clamoring for him to join the GOP presidential race. He has work to do if he wants to be a viable candidate.
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Oct. 1, 2011

Herman Cain is Winning Because GOP Lacks Strong Candidates

Herman Cain has risen in the polls in large part because the GOP field is generally weak.

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Sept. 18, 2011

Reagan Would Be Laughing Stock Of GOP Today

Many Republicans cite Ronald Reagan as their political inspiration, but if Reagan ran for president today he would not stand a chance at being elected.
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Sept. 12, 2011

Fringe Candidates Should Leave Primaries for the Winners

The jam-packed nature of the GOP primary is distracting front-runners Rick Perry and Mitt Romney from focusing on their bids for the White House.
Sept. 1, 2011

Where's the Integrity in College Sports?

Until the NCAA gets tougher on schools that violate the rules, the college athletic system will remain broken.
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Aug. 28, 2011

Rick Perry Sows Seeds of His Own Demise

Texas Governor Perry has made waves with his audacious remarks, but as the general election nears, his remarks will cost him.