party hack

party hack

A member of a political party who is not particularly brilliant but who can be relied upon for loyalty.
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According to Tabitha Mwangi, a cybersecurity expert, letting a third party hack your partner's phone is a crime."It is invasion of privacy, especially for the person who is spied on.
As he was flown through the inky northern night sky (narrowly avoiding the copper chopper as it shone its light on three blokes on a church roof in the west end), Mike would be shown the rich heritage of the club he owns and frequently renames with all the dignity and imagination of a Soviet-era Communist Party hack. He'd see the 1969 Fairs' Cup-winning squad riding tall through jubilant crowds, the emphatic 5-0 thrashing of the Cockney Reds and the magical night of Tino's hat-trick against Barcelona.
While I don't want to see the SNP Government toppled, and recognise the value of having Nicola Sturgeon in the First Minister's office, I am not a party hack who would claim, despite the evidence, the SNP have a perfect record.
Is this an internal issue as opposed to a third party hack? Are there breaches of company policies?
A rare case where the female journalist took centrestage was Konkona Sen Sharma's national award- winning role of a party hack in Page 3.
He, a Labour party hack like myself, had a great idea of how to make democracy work.
O'Rourke is not a party hack -- he openly blames former President Clinton for the Bush administration, and declares that George W.
PNN Retired Supreme Court justice,Edmond Levy, took off the robe of a Supreme Court judge -- and under it was revealed a shyster, a Likud Party hack providing his client with a highly dubious, made-to-order legal opinion.
During that time the West German media, having learned of her early, inconsequential connection with the Stasi (Staatssicherheit, or secret police), mounted a vitriolic campaign that transformed her from a writer critical of the East German communist regime into a Staatsdichterin, or party hack.
Never a mere party hack, he worked with Wharton across the political divide in Parliament, between Independents and their opponents, the Presbyterians, to achieve a settlement in Ireland.
A former Communist Party hack so venal that he was actually booted from the Soviet Politburo, Aliyev sports a record Human Rights Watch dubs "dismal." According to the group, his government tortures prisoners, detains journalists, and suppresses opposition parties.
As a well-connected Liberal party hack (Rioux's last post was in Washington where he toiled for Raymond Chretien-Prime Minister Jean's more worldly nephew), this career bureaucrat carries a lot of weight in Ottawa political circles.