“Atop Obama’s Christmas Wishlist: A Legacy,” TODAY at 3 p.m. ET (12 p.m. PT)

Obama is scrambling, in CNN’s words, to “calcify and protect” his “top agenda items” from Trump’s “wrecking ball.” Who is the wielder of the “wrecking ball,” really? Will Obama succeed in cementing a legacy of any value whatever? This and more on today’s show. See Program Notes, below, for all the stories, etc., I plan to discuss.

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Program Notes

Eclipsing the Truth HT Rob Ratterman

Tonight will be the darkest night of the past 500 years HT Someone Who Shall Remain Nameless, But Who Shall Be Teased Mercilessly for All Eternity 😉

Ben Bayer: The Sniff Test

Obama makes final push on key legacy areas

Obama will use his executive authority to impose new permanent bans on offshore drilling

Prioritizing the environment and jobs with Pruitt at the helm of EPA HT Rob Abiera

California’s coming $20 billion healthcare emergency

Trump Is Going After Health Care. Will Democrats Push Back?

Letter from Justin Amash and Walter Jones to Obama Re: Plans to Retaliate against Russians for Hacking HT Rob Abiera

President Obama Grants 153 Commutations and 78 Pardons to Individuals Deserving of a Second Chance

PardonSnowden.org

California secession organizers say they’ve opened an embassy — in Moscow HT Mark Nitikman

Metallica’s James Hetfield Moved Out Of California Because He Was Sick of Liberal Elitists HT Robb Wolf

Facebook Live Audio makes talk radio social, starting with the BBC

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