Academentia: The pathogenic moral and intellectual epidemic that currently ravages most politically-correct campuses.
Accordionated: Being able to drive and refold a road map at the same time.
Adhocracy: The modern tendency to govern on the basis of whim rather than on the basis of law—especially evident in the rulings of federally appointed judicial activists.
Affluential: To shamelessly utilize great wealth for personal political aggrandizement—all in the name of “the people” or “the owners of the country.”
Agoraphopolitica: A fear of political involvement—a peculiar psychotic manifestation of the "evangelical ghetto" ethos.
Ambiguography: The Washington and Hollywood puff-piece inclination to omit all salient questions of substance, qualification, and character in their hagiographical celebrity profiles.
Anthropocide: An odd habit practiced by advanced societies to insure their ultimate extinction—the slaying of our progeny.
Anthropophobia: An inveterate and consuming fear of all things human--despising the comforts and joys of civilization.
Anti-semantic: The refusal of liberal humanists to define terms in any significant debate--cultural, political, moral, or economic.
Aquadextrous: Possessing the ability to turn the bathtub faucet on and off with your toes.
Auldlanxiety: The woe-begotten longing for fifties-style traditional values—as opposed to ageless Biblical values.