I literally yelp for joy when I discover a great blog.
This one just tracks abuse of the word "literally" and has a handful of great links to other single-issue grammar blogs.
The item above was about the misuse of the word by a formerly leading candidate for president, though I don't think many voters turned away from her because of that. On the other hand, she did sound a bit like an unpleasant sixth-grade teacher.
Though her campaign has worked assiduously to make her appear warmer and more likable, she sounded a bit scolding at times.
"What is most important now," she said, "is that as we go on with this contest that we keep focused on the two big issues; that we answer -- correctly -- the questions that each of us has posed: How will we win in November 2008 by nominating a candidate who will be able to go the distance, and who will be the best president on Day One? I am ready for that contest."
Anyway, I hope that whomever you support for president you will join me in hoping that none of the candidates' acolytes actually does freeze to death, literally or otherwise.