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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Ben Rattray
The United States recently declared its support for Saudi women who are defying their government by driving — the most recent success of a law-school dropout who devised an idea to save the world.
The U.S. recently declared its support for Saudi women who are defying their government by driving — the most recent success of a law school dropout who devised an idea to save the world.
"I dropped out of law school that week, three weeks before I was supposed to go," he says. "I was so passionate about the idea, there was really nothing that would stop me."
Mr. Rattray designed his website as a platform to help people write and market petitions for issues they care about.