Glenn Beck Attempts to Get UN to Circumvent US Constitution

Is this Response in the best UDRP response ever?


We are not here because the domain name could cause confusion. We
do not have a declaration from the president of the international
association of imbeciles that his members are blankly staring at the
Respondent’s website wondering “where did all the race baiting content
go?” We are here because Mr. Beck wants Respondent’s website shut
down. He wants it shut down because Respondent’s website makes a
poignant and accurate satirical critique of Mr. Beck by parodying Beck’s
very rhetorical style. Beck’s skin is too thin to take the criticism, so he
wants the site down. Beck is represented by a learned and respected
legal team. Accordingly, it is beyond doubt that his counsel advised him
that under the First Amendment to the United States’ Constitution, no
action in a U.S. Court would be successful. See, e.g., Hustler Magazine,
Inc. v. Falwell, 485 U.S. 46 (1988). Accordingly, Beck is attempting to use
this transnational body to circumvent and subvert the Respondent’s
constitutional rights.

Here, in the interest of fair play and equal time, is the compliant in

Yes, Glenn Beck is going to an international tribunal set up by a UN Body (WIPO) in order to trample the US Constitution.

You can't make this stuff up.

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2 Responses to Glenn Beck Attempts to Get UN to Circumvent US Constitution

  1. Adam says:

    If I had some time, I’d set up

  2. Chris says:

    A proposed stipulation was sent to Beck’s lawyers a week ago, requesting first-amendment protections be held intact. So far, Beck’s lawyers have not responded. I’m posting the text of the proposed stipulation here verbatim:



    WHEREAS, the parties to this dispute are all U.S. Citizens

    WHEREAS, the parties to this dispute desire to ensure that U.S. law and U.S. Constitutional
    principles are given controlling weight in the above-styled proceeding,

    The Parties hereby stipulate to the following measures in this action

    1. The Parties hereby stipulate that the U.S. Constitution, including (and especially) the
    First Amendment thereto should apply to these proceedings and should govern the Panel’s
    decision in this case.

    2. The Parties hereby stipulate that the Panel shall not enter a decision in this case that
    would be contrary to the protections afforded to American citizens under the First Amendment,
    regardless of any international principles previously adopted by other UDRP panels or other
    international bodies.


    A pdf of the proposed stipulation complete with the letter to Beck’s lawyers is at

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