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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Adam Boddison
More than 2,500 of Britain's best and brightest in the teen-aged crowd have signed on to a new Facebook page for Mensa members.
"It's a bit like building the Olympiads of education," said Adam Boddison, the project's academic director, in The Independent. "It's acceptable to strive for excellence in sports, but it doesn't seem acceptable in education. Watch this space. We want to change that."