Fascinate: Enthusiasm for consolidating all of society and culture into the hands of Big Government and Big Business—the tell-tale signs of Mercantilism (aka National Socialism).
Fascindustrialism: Cooperative monopolization between the public and private sectors; “It’s the economy, stupid.”
Fauxment: An artificial controversy; the stock and trade of TV news.
Fauxpolitiks: The dismal reduction of political discourse to the trite, the picayune, and the vapid.
Fawnics: The most basic Washington posture of political celebrity adulation.
Fetalphobia: Fear of children—often resulting in the “Disposable Tissue Syndrome,” or DTS.
Fiburnation: The tactic of double-speak, reversals, and outright lying from our DC pals and pols.
Fictatation: Talking back to the TV.
Firmamentalist: Someone gripped by the modern credulity complex; lost in the Post-Modernist cosmos of bad ideas and metaphysical monkeyshines.
Fornigate: The latest in the never-ending string of Washington scandals.
Fraudian Slip: A round-about admission of untruthfulness.