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Feb. 21, 2013
1.Trump is Right: GOP Debate Audience is Packed Full of Republican Donors
2.New York & California Move to Ban The Sale of Current iPhones Because They Protect Your Data
3.Jeb Bush Wore High Heels To Look Taller Than Trump [Pic]
4.Trump Calls Out Bush WMD Lies: 'They Knew There Were None, They Lied'
5.Ted Nugent Replies 'Eat Me' to Critics of 'Anti-Semitic' Gun Control Post
6.Feds Push New Plan For Home Visits to Check On Parents
7.VIDEO: Workers Rage After Being Told They're Losing Their Jobs to Mexico
8.WSJ Covers Free State Project: 'Can New Hampshire Become a Libertarian Utopia?'
The intangible fear that something might go wrong at an undefinable point in the future tends to paralyze bureaucratic entities, reducing them blurting out bizarre statements based on flawed logic and paranoiac "what if" theories. At times, this sort of thought process seems almost rational -- when it comes to public areas, sometimes you can't be too careful.