EXC: Biden Exec Order Hints at Removal of Oath of Allegiance for New Migrants.

President Biden’s February executive order on immigration hints at a potential removal of the oath of allegiance for new migrants seeking U.S. citizenship.  The Executive Order on Restoring Faith in Our Legal Immigration Systems and Strengthening Integration and Inclusion Efforts for New Americans outlines the White House effort to “promote naturalization” in section five. The order outlines how various people – including the Secretary of State, the Attorney General, and the Secretary of Homeland Security – would conduct a review of existing components of the immigration process. Among the barriers to citizenship potentially on the chopping block is the oath

Joe Biden Has Issued 42 Executive Actions In One Week, A Practice He Recently Called ‘Dictator’ Behavior.

The number of executive orders issued by President Biden in the first week – who once decried the legislative move as undemocratic and used by “dictators” – is more double the amount of the past seven presidents combined. In just seven days, President Biden issued 42 executive actions. That’s ten times as many as Donald Trump and over eight times as many as Barack Obama. It is a whopping 22 times greater than Bill Clinton, and 42 more than Presidents Reagan and Bush. As the left liked to say of Donald Trump: this is not normal. Joe Biden even recognized

EXC: Full White House Draft Exec Order on Big Tech: ‘Functional Equivalent of Public Forum’, Establishes ‘Watchlists’ for Attorney General

The National Pulse has obtained a draft of the expected Big Tech Executive Order from the White House. President Trump is believed to be signing this executive order on Thursday. This draft is subject to alteration in the final version, and has been available on the internet for several hours. The order explicitly calls out Big Tech companies for openly working with the Chinese Communist Party and its military. The order pursues the long-addressed “Section 230” argument protecting Big Tech firms. The order also calls large social media platforms “the functional equivalent of a traditional public forum” and states these