Anti-semitism is on the rise. Regimes are getting more aggressive in silencing dissent through blasphemy laws. God wars are sprouting up worldwide, cutting across religions, regions, and countries. Assaults on religious freedom across the globe have reached alarming levels. One would think that now more than ever we need a dedicated U.S. official in place to work full-time on this issue. And indeed we do have such a post: the Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom, created by the 1998 International Religious Freedom Act.The problem, as the Council on Foreign Relations notes, is that President Obama doesn’t seem to want to fill the position. The first time it became available, Obama didn’t fill it for two years. Now it is once again vacant—and five months have gone by without a nomination. The President is on record supporting global religious freedom. Here’s a chance to prove those words with deeds.