a member of the People’s party.
(lowercase) a supporter or adherent of populism.
Also, Populistic. of or relating to the People’s party.
Also, populistic. (lowercase) of, relating to, or characteristic of populism or its adherents.
appealing to the interests or prejudices of ordinary people
a person, esp a politician, who appeals to the interests or prejudices of ordinary people
(US, history) a member of the People’s Party, formed largely by agrarian interests to contest the 1892 presidential election. The movement gradually dissolved after the 1904 election
of, characteristic of, or relating to the People’s Party, the Populists, or any individual or movement with similar aims
1892 (n.) “adherent of populism;” 1893 (adj.), American English, from Latin populus “people” (see people (n.)) + -ist. Originally in reference to the U.S. Populist Party organized February 1892 to promote certain issues important to farmers and workers. The term outlasted the party, and by 1920s came to mean “representing the views of the masses” in a general way.
- Anti porn
Sometimes, porno [pawr-noh] /ˈpɔr noʊ/ (Show IPA). pornography; sexually explicit videos, photographs, writings, or the like, produced to elicit sexual arousal (often used attributively): arrested for selling porn; a porn star; porn films. television shows, articles, photographs, etc., thought to cater to an excessive, irresistible desire for or interest in something: a magazine filled with […]
obscene writings, drawings, photographs, or the like, especially those having little or no artistic merit. Contemporary Examples pornography is sexual expression; human trafficking and slavery are crimes. Shame on Michele Bachmann! Larry Flynt July 8, 2011 The pornography of Terror By Christopher Dickey, Oct. 1, 2011 Maybe now the madness can end. Cheney Cheers Awlaki […]
designed or directed to reduce or abolish (used especially in describing certain governmental programs). Contemporary Examples He had supported Kennedy in 1960 and since then had impressed him with his economic and antipoverty programs. ‘It Will Not Be Lyndon’: Why JFK Wanted to Drop LBJ for Reelection Thurston Clarke November 17, 2013
- Anti pragmatic
of or relating to a practical point of view or practical considerations. Philosophy. of or relating to (def 2). of or relating to (def 1, 2). treating historical phenomena with special reference to their causes, antecedent conditions, and results. of or relating to the affairs of state or community. Archaic. busy; active. officious; meddlesome; interfering. […]