It'd be fun to see this checked by an actual lawyer. A lot of the verbosity of current licenses is to accomodate different local laws, and to make the text precise enough to hold in court. The unfortunate thing about the legal system is that you can't rely on common sense or intentions, so it's quite possible that this license isn't even enforceable in its current state.
This is not newsworthy.
The idiot who wrote it knows as little about IP law as he knows about grammar and spelling.
Who wrote this, some 10-year-old kid?
I wouldn't expect it to stand up in court.
If you want a good license, check out the ISC license, it is similar to the 2-clause BSD and MIT license, but even shorter due to things being striped out that were made redundant by the Berne convention.