With Sam Brownback’s appointment as U.S. International Religious Freedom Ambassador (IRF), many religious freedom advocates
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback has decided to step down from the governorship of Kansas in order to assume the vital post of ambassador at large for international religious freedom. If you’ve never heard of this position, you’re not alone. Anyway, this marks the official end of the Brownback era in Kansas. As you may recall, […]
If Kansas Governor Sam Brownback is confirmed as the new Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom, he'll just be another Christian Right implant in this administration.He'll do everything he can to give even more power to people who think exactly as he does. And no one else.
President Donald Trump will nominate Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback to serve as ambassador-at-large for international religious freedom.
President Donald Trump has nominated Kansas Governor Sam Brownback to the office of Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom. Brownback is expected to take the post after stepping down as governor. The second-least popular governor in the country according to a recent survey drew...
President Trump “has formally nominated Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback to serve as the State Department’s ambassador at large for international religious freedom,” Politico reports. “If confirmed, Brownback will serve effectively as the head of the Office of International Religous Freedom [...]
In its announcement, the White House said that Mr. Brownback “worked actively on the issue of religious freedom in multiple countries.”
President makes his nomination much faster than President Obama. Today the White House announced that Governor Sam Brownback of Kansas will be nominated as America’s next ambassador-at-large for international religious freedom. “Religious freedom is the first freedom. Show More Summary
The Latest on President Donald Trump’s plans to nominate Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback as ambassador at large for international religious freedom (all times local):
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WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump will nominate Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback to serve as ambassador-at-large for international religious freedom. If confirmed by the Senate, he'll run the State Department's Office of International Religious Freedom. Brownback is a former U.S. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (AP) — White House: Trump to nominate Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback as ambassador at large for international religious freedom.
Sam Brownback has resigned as Kansas governor to accept a postion as Ambassador at Large for International Religious Freedom with the State Department. A poll released last week of 195,000 registered voters found that the Republican was the second least-popular governor in the U.S. Show More Summary
Many international religious freedom advocates say sending them back to Iraq could put them in serious danger.
There is no question that in many parts of the world, including the Middle East, vulnerable religious communities are facing threats to their very survival or serious problems of discrimination. In situations such as these, the US Commission...Show More Summary
This week, nearing the end of four years of service as an Obama Presidential appointee to the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF), I felt compelled to issue a public dissent to USCIRF’s 2017 Annual Report. While...Show More Summary
The U.S Commission on International Religious Freedom has designated Russia a "country of particular concern" for the first time.
“The state of affairs for international religious freedom is worsening," according to a U.S. government body.
Experts weigh in. Concerns over “constant attacks in the media” and believers being “marginalized through the law” led International Christian Concern to include America on its religious freedom Hall of Shame list for the first time. Should the US be included on such lists? Here’s how experts weighed in. Show More Summary
Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., and Rep. Chris Smith, R-N.J., earned the highest scores on a first-of-its kind report card for federal lawmakers o...