Abolishing ICE is not the way to go. Americans do not want more tired slogans and political posturing, they want solutions.
Author Jennifer G. Hickey
In the period between March 19 and May 30, 2018, nearly 50 percent of the 456 deportable aliens arrested in Massachusetts were able to avoid ICE.
Bill de Blasio may have taken it a step too far by illegally crossing the U.S.-Mexico border on foot.
Boston City Council meets to “explore” the proposition of extending to non-U.S. citizens the privilege and right to vote.
“Abolish ICE” is no longer a whisper at fringe gatherings, it is now a mantra of the Democratic Party.