And nine more more Things You Won’t Hear at Sunday’s Republican Debate.
Jim Geraghty writes The Campaign Spot, a blog mainly about the horse-race aspects of the current presidential campaign.
Yeah, he's a conservative, and yeah, it's the National Review. But Geraghty isn't a rabid partisan, and he's not afraid to criticize Republicans or conservatives. He's mainly interested in how the campaigns, both Republican and Democratic, are working, what each campaign is doing right, what they're doing wrong, why one guy is rising and another guy is cratering.
I think he's pretty insightful, and well worth reading.
For example, this observation goes a long way towards explaining why Obama just can't catch up with Hillary.
meaning: wear (on feet), walk, footwear, act
履歴書 == rirekisho == (noun) personal history, curriculum vitae, resume
Left/outer radical is 'slumped corpse'.
Inner radical is 'again/repeat' (復).
Henshall suggests as a mnemonic: 'Corpse walks again, wearing footwear: some act!'