“I’m for parental rights and the right to change your name....”
I am as well. The U.S. has so many cultures/ethnicities in it. Good or bad.. does someone really advocate a government book of pre-approved names? I am not fond of the name “Hester” or “Gertrude”.. but parents have the right to name their daughter that name. Sometimes.. I think names are in the eyes of the beholder.
In the U.S., I don't think so. In other countries, the idea is more political. Sudetan Germans and Russian Latvians are the type of thing that Europeans want to avoid, e.g. "If you want to live in Poland, then be Polish, as we don't want to have an underclass of people who consider themselves Ukranians."
We have Czech friends who wanted to name their daughter after our daughter, it was not allowed. However, they went through a special request procedure and it was authorized.