Holocaust in Plain Sight

On April 30 in Washington, a 'Rally to End Genocide' confronts the shame of indifference

The president is making a lot of speeches to lift his poll ratings. Can't he find time for one to save the survivors in Darfur?

The New York Times says it took nearly a million dollars from bloody Khartoum in its "strong belief" that "all pages of the paper . . . must remain open to the free flow of ideas . . . [but] we do not endorse the politics . . . or actions . . . or the character of [the country's] leaders."

I won't be surprised— although no less disgusted— to see a bountiful special advertising Times supplement paid for by Robert Mugabe on how the people of Zimbabwe enjoy unprecedented prosperity and a free press under his deeply compassionate reign. That should cost $2 million.

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