Spain: Socialist Party Support Plummets

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What party would you support in the next general election?

  May 2010 Jan. 2008
Popular Party (PP) 42.8% 38.6%
Socialist Worker’s Party (PSOE) 33.7% 42.0%
Other parties 23.5% 19.2%

Source: Metroscopia / El País
Methodology: Telephone interviews with 2,000 Spanish adults, conducted on May 13, 2010. Margin of error is 2.2 per cent.

List of ‘Sanctuary’ Cities in America

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If you are aware of other cities, counties or states that are ‘Sanctuary’ Cities, please leave information in the comments.

Anchorage (1)
Fairbanks (1)

Arizona: Collaboration now Illegal.

Fresno (1)
Los Angeles (1)
San Diego (1)
San Francisco (1)
Sonoma County (1) 

New Haven (1)

District of Columbia
Washington DC (1)

Cicero (1)
Evanston (1)

Portland (1)

Takoma Park (1)

Cambridge (1)
Orleans (1)

Ann Arbor (1)

Minneapolis (1)

New Jersey
Bridgeton (1)
Fort Lee
Hightstown (1)
Jersey City
Newark (1)
North Bergen
Trenton (1)
Union City
West New York 

New Mexico
Albuquerque (1)
Aztec (1)
Rio Arriba County (1)
Santa Fe (1)
New York

Bay Shore (2)
Brentwood (2)
Central Islip (2)
Farmingville (2)
New York City (1)
Riverhead (2)
Spring Valley (2)
Uniondale (2)
Westbury (2)

North Carolina

Durham (1)

Ashland (1)
Gaston (1)
Marion County (1)

Austin (1)
Houston (1)
Katy (1)
Seattle (1)
Madison (1)


1. Human Events, ‘Sanctuary Cities’ Embrace Illegal Immigrants.
2. OJJPAC, List of Sanctuary Cities.

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Connecticut: Blumenthal Military Lies Cause His Lead Over McMahon to Collapse

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Connecticut Survey of 500 Likely Voters
May 18, 2010

Election 2010: Connecticut Senate
Linda McMahon (R) 45%
Richard Blumenthal (D) 48%
Some other candidate 4%
Not sure 3%
Election 2010: Connecticut Senate
Rob Simmons (R) 39%
Richard Blumenthal (D) 50%
Some other candidate 6%
Not sure 5%
Election 2010: Connecticut Senate
Peter Schiff (R) 37%
Richard Blumenthal (D) 53%
Some other candidate 4%
Not sure 5%

Rasmussen Reports 

Vast Majority of Americans Want Arizona Illegal-Alien Law in THEIR state

The survey of 1,000 Likely Voters was conducted on May 14-15, 2010 by Rasmussen Reports. The margin of sampling error is +/- 3 percentage points with a 95% level of confidence. Field work for all Rasmussen Reports surveys is conducted by Pulse Opinion Research, LLC. See methodology.

Most voters have supported the Arizona immigration law from the start, despite criticism of it by President Obama and others, including most major Hispanic groups. Only 25% have a favorable view of those who marched and protested for immigrant rights in major cities following passage of the law.

Seventy-eight percent (78%) of voters say the issue of immigration is at least somewhat important in terms of how they will vote in the next election. This includes 50% who say it is Very Important. 

Rasmussen Reports

US Public Supports Approve Stripping Americans who Support Terrorist Groups of Citizenship

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As you may know, Faisal Shahzad, a 30-year-old Pakistan-born resident of Bridgeport, Connecticut, who had become a U.S. citizen in 2009, has been charged with terrorism and attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction over the May 1 car bombing attempt in Times Square. A bill that is being discussed in Congress proposes that all Americans affiliated with a foreign terrorist group be stripped of their U.S. citizenship. Overall, do you approve or disapprove of this bill?

Approve 77%
Disapprove 12%
Not sure 11%

Source: Angus Reid Public Opinion
Methodology: Online interviews with 1,016 American adults, conducted on May 13 to May 14, 2010. Margin of error is 3.1 per cent.

Mississippi: Scott Bounds Switches to Republican Party

Gov. Haley R. Barbour called state Rep. Scott Bounds a “reliable conservative who votes very much in line with the views of people that he represents” as he welcomed the Democrat from Philadelphia to the Republican Party on Monday at a press conference in Jackson.

As the switch was formally announced at Republican Party headquarters downtown, Bounds was flanked by his family – including his father Buck, a former Democrat state representative – and a throng of elected Republican officials such as the lieutenant governor and U.S. Rep. Gregg Harper

Neshoba Democrat

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Pennsylvania: Both Parties Gunning for Murtha’s Seat

Both parties are pouring in money and dispatching heavy hitters in advance of a May 18 special election in western Pennsylvania, a race that could provide important signals about the outcome of the November elections.

Democrat Mark Critz, a longtime aide to the late Rep. John Murtha, is facing off against Republican businessman Tim Burns as they vie to succeed Mr. Murtha. The winning party will be able to claim a morale-boosting victory as the campaign season heats up.

Wall Street Journal

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