Conservatives Reject Calls to Abolish ICE
Center for Immigration Studies
   
 
More Today's News:
ߦ   Tales from the Texas Outdoors through the eyes of game wardens
ߦ   Theft Suspect Wanted By Law Enforcement
ߦ   Woman Dies In Crash at 1300 Blalock
ߦ   Constables Arrest Intoxicated Wrong Way Driver
ߦ   Former deputy convicted of on-duty sexual assault
ߦ   Former FBI Agent Sentenced for Leaking Classified Information
ߦ   Former Webb County Commissioner Convicted
ߦ   Law enforcement is 'most dangerous job'
ߦ   Man Charged in Seven-Count Federal Indictment with Threat to Use a Biological Toxin as a Weapon
ߦ   New Orleans Man Pleads Guilty to Hate Crime in Shooting of Three Black Men Attempting to Evacuate After Hurricane Katrina
ߦ   Piece of Corpus Christi police history makes its way home
ߦ   Sheriff Investigates Abandoned Child
ߦ   Sheriff Investigating Shooting Deaths
ߦ   Social media images led to fatal home invasion
ߦ   Three Park Patrol Officers Sentenced for Deprivation of Civil Rights by Intentionally Making False Arrests
ߦ   TMPA attorney wins appeal for Mission officer
ߦ   DEA to kick off annual Red Ribbon Campaign
ߦ   Harris County DA Office regarding Darian Ward
ߦ   LCPD looking for driver in fatal motorcyle accident
ߦ   2-year-old girl mauled to death by family dog in Alvin
ߦ   City of La Porte Appoints a New Police Chief
ߦ   Driver ran red light, T-boned police officer downtown
ߦ   ICE Texas deports fugitive MS-13 member wanted for aggravated homicide
ߦ   Man with history of abuse to spend decades behind bars
ߦ   SAPD officer hospitalized after being struck by vehicle while directing traffic
ߦ   Coast Guard prepares for Hurricane Michael
ߦ   Federal agent dies in accident on way home from training
ߦ   29th Interpol Wildlife Crime Working Group Meeting
ߦ   Adopt a Shelter Dog Month
ߦ   Burnet County Inmate/Arrests Report
ߦ   Charges dropped against cop falsely accused of assault
ߦ   Child Advocates of Fort Bend Announces 2018 Christmas Home Tour Neighborhoods
ߦ   Domestic Violence Candlelight Vigil Oct. 18
ߦ   Fort Bend County Trial Information
ߦ   Houston Hospital Administrator Convicted of Health Care Fraud for Role in $16 Million Medicare Fraud Scheme

 
Search Archives:

Most rank-and-file Democrats oppose the abolition of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency, according to polls. But some leading Democrats like the idea … and even actively push for it.

At a time when border security is increasingly important to voters, however, political observers say the idea of getting rid of ICE may not be a good idea for the Democrats in the November midterm elections.

Liberal politicians who want to abolish ICE may pay for it during the midterm elections, considering how a majority of Democrats support keeping the agency. Some Republicans are looking to capitalize on that in November.

Jessica Vaughan of the Center for Immigration Studies says ICE is a matter of good public policy, not politics. Abolishing ICE won't help meet homeland security goals, Vaughn says.

Vaughan rejects liberal arguments that the agency lacks accountability.

Only 12 percent of Republicans support abolishing ICE.



Comments:
Why are democrats so set on the demise of this country? Is it ignorance or stupidity? How could you NOT want our borders protected? The ones doing the most protesting probably do not have a legal right to be hear so why would their voices matter? Their violent protest against American citizens is despicable. Go through the channels to citizenship, get a job, quit chasing free handouts and once you are participating and paying your dues, then lets hear how you want to keep giving your hard earned taxes away to free loading illegals.
Posted by Sasquatch at 7/10/2018 9:04:02 AM

Post a comment
Name/Nickname:
(required)
Email Address: (must be a valid address)
(will not be published or shared)
Comments: (plain text only)
Printer Friendly Format  Printer Friendly Format    Send to a Friend  Send to a Friend    RSS Feed  RSS Feed
  Facebook   Share link on Twitter Tweet  
© 1999-2018 The Police News. All rights reserved.