asked byon 5/19/19
You know, I really don't know whether it's legit company or who's behind the site, and the folks who are have assiduously endeavored to make sure it's hard to find out.
For example, I asked who, per public records, is the copyright claimant for DebatePolitics.com and immediately after doing so, I was banned.
On another occasion, I did a "WhoIs" search to find out who owns the site, and my search revealed that the site owner uses a proxy outfit to mask his/her/its identity.
No, the use a proxy service (domainsbyproxy.com) to hide who they are.
Xelor, I'm one of the ones who was pretty upset to see you get banned.
Of course, if you're a conservative, or a liberal, or anything else in between, and not a troll (which you aren't) you're certainly welcome to check out our friendly family over at Capitol Hill Blue's Reader Rant.
We're smaller and slower moving but we're the oldest political forum on the internet (1994) and we'd love to have you.
If I see "Xelor" in the registration queue and you have a functional email address, I'll approve you immediately.
Jeff H. Aka "Checkerboard Strangler".