Building a common lexicon for a productive vision of this countries future is a challenge that I have yet to find anyone up to.
I agree that one has to both know and to some degree appeal to their audience, if for no other…
Jeanette Winters-Hagar

This is an interesting goal. Thank you for putting it forward.

It was my understanding that linguistic evolution is still poorly understood. Could it be that this evolution is, in fact, driven by millions of individual dialogues by persons with opposing viewpoints searching for common ground? The synthetic top down approach to constructing language seems to have proven ineffective (I’m thinking of projects like Esperanto).

Perhaps individuals coming together to talk honestly about facts through the filter of their feelings really is the way to construct a more inclusive, detailed and representative lexicon.