But facts matter, and there's a major distinction between partisanship and hackery.
[A] quick perusal of Hagel's syllabi reveals a far deeper concern: Hagel is addicted to... hackery.
And no, Friedersdorf is not merely engaging in his own hackery.
I felt quite stiff and bruised by the jolting in the hackery.
He said he could give me camels, but I preferred a hackery as I might be able to sit on it if my pony broke down.
Mr. R—— had had fever all day, so I gave up my place in the shigram to him, and Charlie and I travelled in the hackery.
Routine mediocrity; esp the dull performance and tone of an average political professional: the gray, self-serving hackery of previous City Councils (1970s+)