That's the name of a feature by Justin Evans in the new periodical The Point (issue two, Winter 2010). It's a bit like Ambrose Bierce's Devil's Dictionary and I found it to be the funniest article I have read this year. (It doesn't seem to be on-line.) Here is one set of consecutive entries:
Economics: actually explains everything
Economy, the: completely incomprehensible
I also liked this one:
Debt: i) public — is inexcusable;
private — drives the economy.
ii) public — drives the economy;
private — is a failure of social safety nets.
They're not mostly about economics, by the way. Most magazines bore me, especially those with an arty or intellectual feel to them. Yet I have read half an issue of The Point (found browsing in a Berlin bookstore) and, based on that data, I think it is excellent and I will be starting a subscription.