John Podhoretz:

One of the most peculiar elements of the anti-immigrant intellectual movement is just how many of its members are themselves immigrants – John O’Sullivan, John Derbyshire and Peter Brimelow from England, and George Borjas from Cuba. I once found myself in an argument with a few of these gentlemen at a conference and realized that I was the only person speaking with an American accent.

I how wonder how the editors at National Review are going to respond to this.

I think Podhoretz is right.