Exclude or deport from the US and bar from naturalization any person who, regardless of religious belief, advocates or condones the following principles that are contrary to the American Constitution and values: Sharia law, a Caliphate state, violent jihad, child marriage, slavery or sex slavery, "honor" killing, stoning adulteresses, killing apostates, female genital mutilation, or devaluation of inheritance or of legal testimony based on gender or religion; or who is or has been a member of any organization, or a participant in any of its activities, that advocates or condones any of the above. Such exclusion should not depend on any connection to terrorism or other violent actions, and should apply to visitors, immigrants, and refugees/asylees.
With the White House site only allowing 800 characters, this text is just an outline building upon programs for excluding Islamic radicals on ideological grounds proposed by Srdja Trifkovic, Daniel Pipes, and James Edwards, among others. If any such standard is adopted, it would have to be fleshed out and codified. Regulations would have to be issued to set out the methodology including a well-crafted battery of questions to identify the targeted individuals and groups. It would not be perfect, any more than other law enforcement measures are perfect. But it would constitute a start towards figuring out "what the hell is going on."
Under White House rules, there are only 30 days from the time of posting to reach 100,000 signatures to trigger an official response, which anyway would amount to just some fibs drafted by the State, Justice, and Homeland Security departments. More important than any expected response, the petition allows an official government site to be used as a bulletin board for excoriating the Obama Administration's (and don't forget, most Republicans'!) malfeasance in "Keeping America Safe".
Anyone wishing to sign the White House petition may do so here. (Only your initials are posted, and entry of zip code is optional).