The following definition I dedicate to the new breed of idealistic
Torah scholars who are trying too hard to make their mark on the
world, and giving Torah a bad name in the process (no names will be
provided upon request).
Halakha-kaka: noun. The apparently erudite application of Halakha to a
global problem whose complexity enhances the lack of grasp the
pronouncer has upon the real issues, halakhic accumen notwithstanding.
Consolation: Don't be so quick to fix something before understanding
fully how it is broken. Torah isn't going anywhere anytime soon.