A reader writes:

Just a quick heads up on the RCP article from Peter Glover you linked related to the religious defamation resolution that passed the UN Human Rights Council today: He keeps referring to the resolution as "binding," but even in the UN Watch article he repeatedly refers to, the resolution is described as NONbinding. Every other news article on its passage today (including Reuters) says the same. I dislike the idea of this resolution as much as the next amateur agnostic satirist, but it's piss-poor to miss that kind of detail, and I do not think you are in the business of linking (without correction) to the opinions of the (at best) lazy and (at worst) woefully uninformed pundits in our midst. I may be wrong, but it looks like this is his first submission for RCP, and he's not off to a good start...

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