Yes, Labor lost the election, but much of the blame should go to their divided and delusional voter base.
If you’ve ever felt like you’re not suffering from enough oppression, Jacob Lynagh suggests you consider race reassignment surgery and take a solid reality check.
With all the hysteria engulfing Japanese artist Megumi Igarashi and her “pornographic” paddle boat, Jacob Lynagh’s “got a feeling in his waters” there may be some double standards at play.
Australia is being sold down the river with the TPP, but it’s the potential harm it will cause smaller nations that has Jacob Lynagh worried the most.
Anita Sarkeesian will be discussing GamerGate at “All About Women” this weekend and before you see her, Jacob Lynagh would like to present his perspective on the issue.
Jacob Lynagh puts forth some potentially divisive and controversial #QuestionsForWomen in response to Clementine Ford’s #QuestionsForMen.
From Burma to Ireland to the good ole US of A, Jacob Lynagh takes us around the globe to prove that, despite the media beat up, terrorism is NOT just connected to being Muslim.
Korea DPR’s arrival in Australia for the Asian Cup has prompted Jacob Lynagh to give a “red” flag to the Australian media for the way they “greeted” North Korea’s national football team to this prestigious international sporting event.
Jacob Lynagh is distressed to hear that as a reward for his savage cruelty as Immigration Minister, Scott Morrison is now focusing his attention on needy Australian citizens in the Social Services portfolio.
A recent erroneous comparison of white rappers to blackface minstrel performers has prompted world hip-hop fan Jacob Lynagh to share some facts about the multicultural history of the genre.
Jacob Lynagh jumps to the defence of 360 after the rapper’s QandA appearance and comments he made about the Australian Flag caused a whole lotta chatter…
Having cringed at the news that plans were afoot to introduce segregation laws into Parliament House Jacob Lynagh asks, “Is the ‘Burqa Box’ the new Jim Crow?”
On the twentieth anniversary of Biggie’s debut album “Ready to Die,” Jacob Lynagh reflects on the power The Notorious B.I.G. had as a rapper and how it shaped his life.
Following on from Laurie Atlas’ “view from the Right” of the Abbott Government’s first year in power, Jacob Lynagh fills us in on the view of Abbott and co from the Left…and it ain’t pretty.
Reinterpretation of Article 9 by Japanese PM Shinzo Abe did not occur without the populace staging a series of dramatic protests, something witnessed by Jacob Lynagh.
Australian hip-hop artists are re-infusing their work with the kind of political activism true lovers of hip-hop come to expect – Jacob Lynagh being one of these…
Choosing his words carefully, Jacob Lynagh explains his reasons for defending Palestine in the most recent bout of conflict rocking Gaza.
In the interest of rational coverage, Jacob Lynagh re-examines the reports of the Ukraine – Russian conflict, finding neither side may be entirely blameless.
As tensions rise further between Israel and Palestine and the Gaza Strip bears the brunt, Jacob Lynagh wonders how long the game of tit for tat will continue.
Digging back into recent Asia-Pacific history, Jacob Lynagh is near dumbfounded by Prime Minister Tony Abbott’s recent comments about Japan.
Jacob Lynagh takes time out to remember Cotton, Keays & Morris’ and The Masters Apprentices’ frontman, husband, father and Aussie rock icon Jim Keays, who lost his battle with multiple myeloma this June.