The Obama administration issued more than 200 pardons and commutations this week, including a few that have raised eyebrows, and questions, about the White House's motives.
It's no secret some are unhappy about Donald Trump winning the presidency. That some of them, however, intend to turn his inauguration into a platform for civil unrest is quite another thing.
Official Washington is still in a snit over the dossier published last week filled with all manner of wild things about Donald Trump.
The press is in a snit (still) over Donald Trump's press conference. Trump took exception to, and had a verbal altercation with, CNN reporter Jim Acosta. Trump called CNN "fake news." Acosta took offense, and loudly demanded an opportunity to reply.
The possibility that suppressors might -- possibly -- become more readily available to gun owners has the anti-gun crowd in a tizzy.
On its way out the door, the Obama administration has decided that state election systems are part of the nation's critical infrastructure, and thus, need to be protected as if they were a power plant, or an international airport.