In 1979, when the Three Mile Island nuclear power disaster occurred in Pennsylvania, President Carter went out of his way to flack for the atomic-energy industry.
The current state of publishing does make that task more difficult - the din of publishers competing to flack their latest ‘hot’ titles can become deafening at times.
He is the consummate natural actor who endows every role with effortless conviction; he could flack for cell phones, wine, whatever, and have you laughing or crying.
Now, comes word of yet another right-leaning columnist getting paid to flack for a Republican administration's policies.
They hire cool alpha boys to flack products to their pals.
the local news media shamelessly flack for the organizing committee
a public relations flack
I can say from experience that Michael knows his onions like no other flack I've ever met.
And that's just the leading edge of the flackery .
First, understand that the 25 percent of flacks who admit lying are the honest ones.