take 2.1, with footnotes
== General References
Google Maps view of the White House Sidewalk and and of the Center Zone
== Annotations, with @timestamp
@00:30 36CFR7.96 as of 2010, formatted. Subsection (g.5.vii) is the Center Zone text
@01:45 09/11 didn't change everything: 36CFR7.96. Was it too quaint?
@03:00 See the June 26th video @01:00 for the announcement that the sidewalk was closed.
@04:30 People act surprised on the June 26 video. Something happening at the curb?
@05:30 Why should a judge not require somewhat reliable evidence?
@07:15 Or cordon off to collect evidence, or aid a victim...
@08:00 Photo after closure of sidewalk
@08:10 The Mary Grace exception
@11:00 Here is the deal with the First Amendment. Why all that in one amendment anyway?
@13:00 What is a traditional public forum?
@13:45 The White House sidewalk is a traditional public forum.
@18:40 Example of discriminatory enforcement, against protected speech.
@19:50 Build a viewing platform, rather than trample on the First Amendment.
@21:30 regulations aimed at self supporting signs.
@22:00 Regulating t-shirts: Fed Register, Volume 75. page 64149 and ff
@25:00 History of pointless enforcement
@25:45 Strict scrutiny
@08:50 Strict scrutiny of restrictions to the content of speech (press), and as to time place and manner for speech and assembly.
@13:00 Demonstrations provide valuable feedback.
@14:15 A deference to be given to police, like referees.
@14:45 But certain places are assumed to be ok, are, traditionally, public forums.
@20:00 First come, first served. If the demonstrator is facing the fountain, he's ok.
@21:00 Find a solution that satisfies both demonstrator and tourist, or try to.