by Max Brantley
From the top down, you can be sure that the feds' Immigration and Customs Enforcement Division will be ultra-sensitive to racial profiling. We know this because we've been assured that ICE and its willing police accomplices in Rogers, etc., would never do such a thing.
So, then, it is somewhat embarrassing when the head of ICE, former Whitewater persecutorial henchwoman Julie Myers, applauds a white employee who dressed up in prison stripes, face-darkening makeup and fake dreadlocks for a Halloween costume party.
PAROCHIAL NOTE: Myers is, I'm reminded, the sneering prosecutor who, with dripping condescension, asked an expert witness in Susan McDougal's trial if his background was at the UALR Law School.