Your explanation of conservative policy is kinda ridiculous :) pretty sure thats what basically everyone will claim their policy is... "don't change if changing will be harmful and don't fail to change when it's good and helpful".. um duh! It's which things you think are going to be harmful or good and helpful that are going to be the point of contention lol.
"Officers have certain training and tools and applying them to situations that don't require severe responses puts LEOs in the awkward place of either doing nothing or approaching students as though they were dangerous"
You are being overly generous. Cops will need to handle situations that don't require severe responses all the time whether they are in a school or not, there is no good reason they should not be equiped to handle "situations that don't require severe responses" (as well as situations that do of course). It's not like every time a cop makes an arrest they need to go and taze everyone nearby.
It's simple really, they want you to think the document was ordered on 6-22-09 and don't want you to know the actual date, So they put it in the URL, allow everyone to make the assumption that is the date of the order without ever having to make the false claim and redact the real date. Tada :)
In fact, I don't know anyone who intentionally infringes who gives a crap what they do to copyright law.. Why would someone care if they change the copyright term to 200 years or whatever law if they aren't following it how it is now at [depends on the current position of the moon relative to jupiter] years?
This is exactly why I do my best to not infringe copyrights (copyright law is such a mess it's pretty much impossible for anyone to claim they never infringe). They can lie to themselves about the real issues if they like, but they have to be completely 100% baseless.
"experience provides an answer for what it would not do -- since the U.S. began negotiating FTAs again in 2000, no FTA has required a change to U.S. intellectual property law"
experience tells us that if we manage to oust all the evil crap they are trying to pull over on us and if we fight hard enough and loud enough against it, we *might* be able to prevent ACTA and SOPA and such from requiring changes to U.S. law. (Or at least delay them a year and force them to rename it)
Re: Saved soccer? Down with counterfeit jerseys for SURE, then.
Was that supposed to actually make sense? Are you saying you can't understand sports and only see chaotic movement when watching them? Are you saying soccer players don't get rich or that they are smarter and less brutish than other professional sports players? Your post is making less sense than usual.