A Rejoinder to the RonPaul.com Affairby James E. Miller
Feb. 15, 2013
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Sorry, but ICANN is hardly "private," it's a government granted monopoly with no competition, it's rules are reflective of the statist framework which it was created by and operates under. As a result, many of their rules are idiotic and antithetical to free markets, these trademark ones are case in point. - ChrisIn light of new facts previously unknown to me, the affair over ownership of RonPaul.com and RonPaul.org turns out to be more complicated than I originally considered. These warrant a written response -as does Robert Wenzel’s rebuttal to my criticism of his “designed” rights theory.