Slate has an interesting article online that speculates on the chances of various people gaining a pardon from President Bush.
I am foursquare behind the pardon of Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean, the two border guards who shot a Mexican drug runner ("in the back", according to the article; in the buttocks, as I recall, which is not only more accurate, but more amusing). They received jail sentences after a jury convicted them of covering up the shooting. I have only the barest recollection that there was something fishy about the charges, but I do know that even the U.S. Attorney who prosecuted them is on record as stating that the jail terms were unduly harsh (Ramos got 11 years, Compean, 12). Let 'em go, Mr. President.
And may I also suggest, sir, that this blog, Paco Enterprises, and its proprietor be given a pardon in advance? I will undoubtedly fall afoul of the incoming administration's fanciful interpretations of the First Amendment, and my possession of firearms will get me in trouble with them if they are successful in overturning the Second.