Barry Farah reviews executive orders signed by the new POTUS in 2021, illuminating the role of executive authority according to the U.S. Constitution and how it differs from that of the former British monarchy. Barry goes through the first X orders and explains what they mean for us as citizens and their impact on business, the economy, the military, and more. Barry Farah refers to Alexander Hamilton’s writings in the Federalist paper in comparing the new U.S. Constitutional system and the role of the executive branch. He describes how past presidents utilized executive orders, and how the number of E.O.s issued varies greatly throughout U.S. history. Finally, Barry Farah reveals the ongoing debate over whether or not the executive branch has too much power or not enough in American politics.