A closing note
We're out of time for this week and you may have noticed that we have not named our choice for Outrage of the Year, a category somewhat different from the others because it looks for something that is not a single event or an isolated incident but a story that we have addressed several times over the course of the year. As an example, last year we chose the Tamir Rice case.
The reason for the delay is that the Outrage we have chosen has extended beyond 2016 into 2017 and so involves some current issues that need addressing. So we will take care of that next week.
Can't you just feel the tension rising.