Archive for the ‘New Words’ Category

Take the Nolan Test – Are you a Centrist?
January 6, 2009



Warning: Due to high anxieties over the economy and the recent election we advise not sharing results with your spouse or family members.


In politics, centrism usually refers to the political ideal of promoting moderate policies which land in the middle ground between different political extremes. Most commonly, this is visualized as part of the one-dimensional political spectrum of Left-Right politics, with centrism landing in the middle between left-wing politics and right-wing politics. — Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia

Centrists are ideologically flexible. Centrists recognize the complexity of public policy choices and look to many kinds of solutions. Which solution depends on the circumstances, the problem, and the public interest. Ideologues repeat their slogans with little regard to the specific policy problem at hand. Conservatives shout “private good, public bad.” Liberals shout “public good, private bad.” By contrast, the centrist movement can show politicians how to use both the private and public sectors (often in combination) to creatively solve problems that we would otherwise just shout about. — Centrists.Org

Centrist: A person or political party with a position in the center of the ideological spectrum — Debbie Twyman and Craig Whitney, The American Citizen

Centrism. A political position that is neither left nor right but which occupies the middle ground. — iAmericanSpirit Political Dictionary

Fellow Centrist’s, Welcome – Puddy Dunne


January 4, 2009


New Words for 2008



Mediaidiom  [mee-dee-uh-id-ee-uhm] – noun

1.  The means of communication, as radio and television, newspapers, and magazines, that reach or influence people widely in the form of speech or an expression of a given language that is peculiar to itself grammatically or cannot be understood from the individual meanings of its elements.

2.  An intervening agency, means, or instrument by which something is conveyed or accomplished with expression whose meanings cannot be inferred from the meanings of the words that make it up.


Madoff   [meyd-awf] – noun

1.  An interaction of an individual with one or more other persons, esp. as influenced by their assumed relational roles of ponzer and ponzee. (“the governement bailout required specific Madoffs be made with taxpayer money)

2.   An unfinished or incompleted pyramid where the bricks are taken from the foundation level to be used to create other levels.

3.  An enron accountant or wallstreet executive


Stimulie  [stim-yuh-layh] – noun

1.  an agent, action, or condition that elicits or accelerates a physiological or psychological  response to deflect a false statement made with deliberate intent to deceive..

2.   an intentional payoff, a bribe


Brain-truss  [breyntruhs] noun

1.  A supportive device, usually a think tank, used to prevent enlargement of  a peaceful population or the return of a moral order. (“Rebuilding Americas Defenses [PNAC] was the brain-truss behind the Iraqi invasion)


Bushrendition  [boosh-ren-dishuhn] noun

1.   The handing over prisoners to countries where torture is allowed by a inferior moral administration: a bush-league Geneva Convention violation


Palinopsia  [pal·i·nop·si·a] -noun

1. Abnormally recurring visual imagery that causes images to persist to some extent even after their corresponding stimulus has left. This often results in mild to severe anxiety or depression.  Palinopsia sometimes appears on its own, but is more often accompanied by other visual disturbances such as pink pregnant moose .

2. Excessive winking or blinking

3. The area between Russia and Alaska  with an imaginary bridge

The 2008 Oxymoron List
January 4, 2009

Puddy Dunne Annual Oxymoron Finalists: 2008


1st PlaceIntelligence Estimate (from N.I. E., National Intelligence Estimate)


2nd Place – Senate Hearing – (from government oversight)


3rd Place – House Leadership (or  Lolla-Pelosi)


Honorable Mention

Government Aid (derived from aiding and embedding)

President Elect (past winner for 2000 and 2004)

Foreign Relation (not related to the act of relating)


Special thanks to all our government leaders for their continued efforts to make this contest possible year after year.

July 23, 2008


(Dictionary) – (noun)  a member of a party of light or irregular troops engaged in harassing an enemy, esp. a member of a guerrilla band engaged in fighting or sabotage against an occupying army.

(NWO Dictionary) – (noun)  a member of a party of lightweights or irregular thinkers engaged in harassing an enemy, esp. a member  of a political party engaged in fighting or sabotage against an occupying population. Bi-Partisan involves both parties.

Free trade

(Dictionary) – (noun) international trade free of government interference 

(NWO Dictionary) – (noun) international slave trade free of government acknowledgment

Big Government

(Dictionary) – (noun)  any government wielding excessive control over its citizens or interfering with their lives

(NWO Dictionary) – (noun)  military industrial complex


(Dictionary) – (noun)  Informal  A person who favors military force or action to carry out a foreign policy but has never served in the military.

(NWO Dictionary) – (noun)  A good candidate.


(Dictionary) – (verb) to seek to obstruct a political appointment or selection; also, to attack a political opponent viciously.

(NWO Dictionary) – (noun)  A God.


(Dictionary) – (noun) (a sum of) money paid by a government etc to an industry etc that needs help, or to farmers etc to keep the price of their products low.

(NWO Dictionary) – (noun)  A corporate welfare payment.

Government Cheese

(Dictionary) – (noun) Pasteurized Process American Cheese for Use in Domestic Programs” is processed cheese that was provided to welfare and food stamp recipients in the United States during the 1980s

(NWO Dictionary) – (noun)  Social Security.

Gay Agenda

(Dictionary) – (noun) the goal of increasing the acceptance and equality of LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender) people through public policies, media exposure, and cultural change.

(NWO Dictionary) – (noun)  Parties at the Bohemian Grove.

I approved this message

(Dictionary) – (phrase) is a phrase frequently said by candidates for federal office in political advertisements on television and radio in order to comply with the so-called “stand by your ad” provision of the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act, enacted in 2002, that requires “a statement by the candidate that identifies the candidate and states that the candidate has approved the communication.”

(NWO Dictionary) – (phrase)  “a complete and utter fabrication by the campaign that identifies the candidate as a bald face liar and confirms that the candidates attorney has approved the communication.”

Outposts of tyranny

(concept) a term used by United States Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice in a 2005 written submission to the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations to describe certain countries where she believes that the government is oppressive and shows contempt for democracy and human rights.

(NWO concept) anywhere outside of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue


Potomac Two Step

(phrase) “Potomac” refers to the Culture of Washington DC. The Two-Step is a dance. Dance is a popular metaphor for the avoidance of responsibility. In the Potomac Two Step, the avoidance of guilt is deposited on a lower link of the chain who is indicted, tried and pardoned or slapped and sent on to the lecture and book circuit.

(NWO phrase) Some variations are known as the “Tenet Tango” ,”Berger Boson ova”,”FISA Fandango” and “911 La Vida Loca”

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The Neo-Politan Christian
July 9, 2008

What happened to the so-called Christians of yesteryear.  Lately it appears that we have the NEO-CHRISTIAN. Quite a unique phenomenon.  The once Vanilla Christian who opposed war to the point of waiting for the absolute worst scenario. Pearl Harbor, the Holocaust and invasion of Nazi-Germany were at least a provocation that forced them to make the toughest choices. Some which came after the fact.

Now we have the Strawberry Christian. This one claims to be a pro-lifer but supports the death penalty. This variety also claims to be the moral decider. Whether from the pulpit, political or editorial avenue they drive the opinion of American righteousness to ad-nauseum.  They worship wealth, power, patriotism and their own ego’s, while cohorting with the most unseemly group of characters. They would like the state to abolish free-will and the pursuit of happiness and prevent abortion while they complain about paying another nickel out of their pockets to pay for the costs of educating and providing for these fatherless and likely motherless children. Meanwhile flipping the switch at your local Penitentiary and killing their brother doesn’t exclude them from the Pro-Life ranks.  The death of thousands of Iraqi youth wouldn’t raise the issue at their local PL meetings either.

If this isn’t bad enough we can count on this Neo variety to deviate completely from the concepts of Christ’s teachings. This Chocolate blend adds all the additional sins to their R’epertoire. This includes the pride and wrath. It includes utter hatred for those of any religious sect who oppose the idea of pure peace which Jesus taught cannot be found without putting God before insatiable wealth, power,  ego, lust, and anger.  We have heard it so often. Some of these characters include GW BUSH, McCAIN, REV WRIGHT,  PASTORS PARSLEY and HAGEE, REV JACKSON ,SHARPTON and PAT ROBERTSON.

The entire Neo-Conservative wing has no business even including the word Christian in these endeavors of war and wealth. I can say that we Christians in progress have to ask ourselves one question before we act or speak. What would he think? I don’t believe a HAIL MARY cuts it.