Teriq Aziz--Where Are You? And Why?
For another idea on obtaining a new identity, rent "Dark Passage" with Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall.
How to Fake a Passport
is an exhaustive 5,000-word New York Times magazine article by Jeff Goodell.
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are available for round-trip or one-way flight pretty much to anywhere in the world.
Letters to the Editor
In response to "Catching up With Colin Powell," which was published on July 21, 2005:
Thanks so much for sharing from Colin Powell's speech. Colin is a hero of mine as well. When Powell made the decision to not run for the presidency it was a major disappointment to me. This country desperately needs him. A restoration of credibility and respect to the highest office of the land is essential to our future. Powell is the man that would and could accomplish that.
--David Ramey, Coldwater Creek
Great article on General Powell. I too have read his book and find him to be one of America's most trusted and honest leaders.
-- Stephen E. Veto, Barton-Cotton Inc.
Thanks for your wonderful profile of a great American, Colin Powell. In the Army, I would have followed him anywhere. But, regarding Iraq, he knew better, yet he did not "put his stars on the table" and resign as secretary of state. Had he done so, his legacy would be unblemished. General Harold K. Johnson, a brave and honorable warrior, is said to have regretted until the end of his days that he did not, as Army chief of staff in 1967, put his stars on Lyndon Johnson's desk and walk out over Vietnam. As a Vietnam veteran whose son recently got back from a tour in Iraq with the 1/120 Infantry, I'm really pissed that "...the band played on." General Powell knew better, but went along. He knew better. Sometimes, things just don't look better in the morning.