Byline: THE WASHINGTON TIMES
Nobles: Robert Rector, a Heritage Foundation fellow whose research exposed the Senate's immigration "reform" bill.
In an immigration debate long on demogoguery, short on honesty, its end occasions a word or two about the latter.
Top honors go to Mr. Rector, senior research fellow at the Heritage Foundation. It was Mr. Rector who, while the "world's greatest deliberative body" staged its sideshow, published two reports on the bill's consequences. First, fiscally, the bill "if enacted, would be the largest expansion of the welfare state in 35 years," he found. "The long-term cost of government benefits to the parents of 10 million …