In January, I attended a meeting in Las Vegas and was surprised by the elevated level of security. McCarran International Airport was buzzing with activity, our taxi was searched at the entrance to one of the Strip's major resorts, and everyone was talking about the influx of the Secret Service and the National Guard the week before, over the New Year's holiday. On the news, I saw reports that the hotels had been asked to hand over their guest registers to government officials. Why, then, ...

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