16 October 2017

A Profitable Lie

Back when Donald Trump was first running for President, he repeatedly said he would self-fund his campaign, as if that made him better than his competitors who were raising money. The media quickly exposed that lie (details here), revealing both that he was actually raising money at the same time he was claiming this and also how he profited richly from his own campaign -- his company billed his campaign with a huge markup for services rendered, leading to millions in profits for him.

Flash forward to the present day and the eye-opening Federal Election Commission filing that Trump's re-election campaign submitted over the weekend. Don't laugh -- Trump set-up a re-election campaign the day he was inaugurated, legally the earliest he could do so and more than two years in advance of any other candidate in history.

Trump has been raising money ever since Inauguration Day, and once again it's an exercise in self-dealing. One item in particular, however, is revealing: his campaign has paid more than a quarter million dollars in legal bills for Trump's son for his transgressions during the 2016 campaign (details here), which has nothing to do with any future re-election effort.

So people are sending their $10 or $15 or $20 donations to Trump's campaign, but they had no idea it was actually paying for his son's legal bills.

To further underline the twisted logic here, Trump's son is now allegedly running the President's private company and is supposedly firewalled from politics to avoid conflicts of interest. This, of course, is a complete scam -- how can he be walled off from his father's politics when his political campaign is paying sonny boy's bills?

Federal law allows wide latitude in what campaign funds can be used for, but there are limits. This expense could go beyond what is allowed, a legal matter that is yet to be determined.

Of course, this all once again highlights the scam that has been Trump's campaign all along -- he pretends to be fabulously wealthy but asks ordinary people to foot his personal bills for him. His son's legal bills aren't the only ones that the campaign has been covering -- they paid more than $1 million in legal bills for only three months of services this year (link here).

All this on top of the fact that many aspects of Trump's private business has reaped a huge profit since he became President. So he's making a ton of money at the public's expense, all the while expecting them to pay his personal bills.

Once again, his "drain the swamp" pledge is revealed to be a preposterous lie.

Interracial Sandwich

Markie is the bottom here. He prefers to top in real life, but he's truly versatile on screen. He's also incredibly cute and hot. He was featured here twice on the blog recently, topping both times.

The originals for the photos seen below are massive and part of a large collection featuring more than one hundred twenty photos from two shoots, one featuring Markie in this sandwich and the other featuring Phoenix, the black lad seen in both sets. To download the complete group in a free zipped folders, you need to click here.

15 October 2017

Ticking Clock

I was no fan of George W. Bush when he was President, in no small part because the GOP held both houses of Congress for the first six years of his eight-year presidency. You do have to give him credit, however, for working well with Congress to pass a number of signature legislative measures important to the Republican Party.

Now that a Republican again is in the White House and the GOP holds both houses of Congress, the contrast couldn't be greater. Washington today is a slow-motion train wreck, and one man alone bears the blame for that: Donald Trump.

Two articles published on Friday drive home how much damage he's doing to his own party. I'm not crying any tears for the Republicans, but you have to think they're not so masochistic that they'll put up with this indefinitely. When they turn against Trump, it's all over.

At The Washington Post, their conservative columnist Michael Gerson, the former GOP speechwriter, wrote a piece (link here) with the title "Republicans, it’s time to panic." The writer succinctly lays out how Trump is not only hurting the GOP's chances in 2018 and 2020, but he may also be permanently damaging the GOP.

At The New Yorker, Susan Glasser wrote a great article (link here) titled "For Trump, Consequences Are Piling Up in Washington." She does a super job describing how demoralized Republicans are about the damage Trump is doing to their party, to Washington, and to the country.

The situation can't continue until the end of Trump's term. Something has to give. I suspect the GOP is waiting for more of their members to turn against Trump. That time seems sooner rather than later, as recent opinion poll trends have shown.

The Sergeant's Dilemma

The sergeant wants to bang some pussy at a nearby whorehouse, but that's not possible. So he happens on a private taking a piss and, orders being orders, the older man finds relief and unexpectedly delights the younger lad. The top is played by Girth Brooks, and the bottom is Jake Tyler.

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14 October 2017

Pure Rage and Spite

The Affordable Care Act, also known as the ACA and Obamacare, was never a perfect law. Nonetheless, it was a vast improvement over the health care market before it was enacted.

Many Republicans have not supported the measure but could never articulate why in a convincing argument, considering it was markedly like a plan their party once supported, nor could they come up with a better alternative. They resorted to lies to demonize a plan that is actually working fairly well in most parts of the country, and they tried hard to kill something that is helping tens of millions of Americans.

Donald Trump opposed the ACA when he was running for President, and he fabricated a whole lot of lies about it. He's a racist at heart and his dislike of his successful and popular predecessor fueled his irrational rage -- anything President Obama was for, he is against.

Trump has methodically tried to dismantle and destroy most of the signature improvements of the Obama administration, from the environment to equal rights to the economy to ethics and, now, to health care. Because Congress failed to enact any kind of health law, notwithstanding numerous attempts, Trump will now try to destroy the ACA on his own.

On Thursday and Friday, Trump rolled out a number of actions designed to cripple the ACA and make health care unaffordable for tens of millions of Americans. He's deliberately harming millions of ordinary people because he's a hypocritical demagogue who can't stand that Obama was a far better President than he'll ever be.

The New York Times published an excellent FAQ of sorts (link here) about the ten most damaging things Trump has done to the ACA to date. Some of these are petty and others are cruel, like delibrately shutting down the enrollment website during peak hours or systematically spreading false stories about the ACA -- that's the sort of thing done in dictatorships, not democracies.

A huge majority of Americans are opposed to what Trump is doing. A new Kaiser Family Foundation poll released yesterday (link here) shows that 71 percent of Americans want Trump to improve the ACA, which is the exact opposite of what he's doing.

Once again, Trump is pandering only to his reactionary base, who think the ACA is a bad thing, notwithstanding it has benefitted many of them. Trump is shafting the majority of Americans because he thinks somehow the 30 percent who still support him will carry him to reelection.

Earlier this week, Greg Sargent wrote a terrific piece for The Washington Post (link here) with the title "As Trump implodes, he threatens to hurt millions — out of pure rage and spite." The column is an excellent analysis of how an incompetent, emotionally crippled President is trying to do as much damage as possible, simply because he's driven by hate and narcissism.

In short, if Trump can't make a name for himself by making Americans' lives better, he'll make a name for himself by making their lives worse. It's a trait he shares with the most dangerous and egomaniacal of dictators.

The Couch Trip

Whoever posted this video titled it something about a dad and son, but these two blokes look to be about the same age. The wordless story line seems to be that the one lad is so turned on by watching porn that he makes a long-delayed move on his roommate. Suddenly, a platonic living arrangement turns into a hot and lusty fuck festival.

If you'd rather watch this on the source webpage or to download your own free copy of this video to keep, you need to click here.

13 October 2017


On Wednesday, Vanity Fair published a disturbing but compelling short article (link here) about how multiple sources inside the White House have confirmed that Donald Trump is coming unraveled.

The piece talks about how people insiders "describe a White House in crisis as advisers struggle to contain a President who seems to be increasingly unfocused and consumed by dark moods. Trump’s ire is being fueled by his stalled legislative agenda."

Trump has spent all his adult life inside a self-run company filled with yes-men who cater to his every whim. His real estate projects were steeped in shady practices and outright lies, but lawyers kept anyone at bay who might try to thwart him. So he did whatever he wanted.

Now, inside the White House, he no longer has that comfortable womb. He can't bullshit people who know better. He is woefully unprepared and unfit for the job and has no idea how to succeed. He's incurious and would rather watch daytime television than read or learn anything.

In short, he bit off far more than he could chew by becoming President. He long ago admitted he didn't think he'd win, but he knew he could make a lot of money by having run. By winning, however, he screwed himself badly.

Hopefully, the cabinet will move closer to removing Trump with the 25th Amendment and avoid the impeachment drama. Not surprisingly, as the article reveals, Trump had no idea what the 25th Amendment is.

Read the short piece linked above. It's like a wreck along the side of the road -- you know you shouldn't look but it's too fascinating to miss.

Dirty Landlord

Tim finds himself in a desperate bind. His rent is due tomorrow, but he lost his job so he doesn't have the money. He knocks on landlord Kris's door and asks him if there's any work he can do around the place to pay off the money he now owes.

"You bet, son," the gruff older man says as he steers Tim into his apartment. "You can start by getting down on your knees right here in front of me."

The top here is Kristofer Weston, who has been doing porn for thirty years. He started as a submissive "boy" in wrestling films, moved into kink, then was a successful porn director for several top studios. Now he's begun a new phase, as a gruff silver daddy top.

The originals for these photos are much larger than they appear below and total more than one hundred thirty in total. To download the whole set in a free zipped folder, you should click here.

And to download another collection featuring Kris topping a different lad, in a set with more than one hundred photos in a free zipped folder, you should click here.

12 October 2017

Further Proof

Two developments in the news this week further underline the fact that Donald Trump's promise to be pro-LGBT and much more so than Hillary Clinton was a bold-faced lie.

Last year, President Obama designated the National Stonewall Monument to commemorate the famous uprising in New York City and the LGBT community that fought for equality. The announcement included a special video statement by the President as well as a ceremony in New York attended by senior White House officials.

Now that it's completed, the monument dedication was yesterday, but the Trump administration did everything possible to disassociate support. As detailed in Gay City News (link here), the Department of the Interior wasted time and money researching where exactly the rainbow flag would appear at the event, concerned it would be on federal property.

At least one official in the Trump administration was scheduled to attend the dedication ceremony, but then abruptly cancelled. Additionally, the National Park Service dropped its sponsorship of the event.

Also this week, the White House announced Trump would be the keynote speaker for an anti-LGBT conference sponsored by the rabidly homophobic Family Research Council (details here). This is not the first time he has appeared before one of their big events, but it is the first time as President.

This is nothing other than shameless pandering to evangelical conservatives, the only voter block still supporting Trump. He goes out of his way now to cater to their every whim, unconcerned about all the LGBT Americans who were on the receiving end of his lies.

Uncut Ambassador

This is Adam from Prague. He's described as being in his mid-twenties, but I don't know if I buy that. He looks more like early thirties. Porn sites have been known to fudge ages when they think it makes someone more marketable. He stands 5'10, weights 190 pounds, and like most European men, is proudly uncut.

The originals for these photos are larger than they appear below and total one hundred fifteen in number. To download the complete set in a free zipped folder, you should click here.

11 October 2017


The prestigious nonpartisan Brookings Institution, the leading policy research and education group in Washington, issued a detailed report yesterday (link here) that found it likely Donald Trump obstructed justice in firing former FBI director James Comey.

While the report recognizes that Trump had legal grounds to fire an FBI director for good cause, in this situation, the President likely lacked such grounds because his motives apparently were purely to hinder the ongoing Russia probe. For that reason, he would be guilty of obstruction of justice.

Special Counsel Robert Mueller likely will read this report and will ultimately be the one who decides whether Trump should face indictment (even if delayed until after he leaves office). If so, that could lead to a contitutional crisis. Congress should commence impeachment if that happens, but if they don't, then the political aftershocks will not be mild.

As was seen with Richard Nixon, the American people don't take unlawful behavior by a President lightly.

The report is not brief, but I urge you to read and share.

Disciplinary Measures

The administrator who tops throughout here goes by Slade in porn and worked from 2008 to 2010. The versatile parent is played by Dean Flynn, who worked from 2006 to 2012. The wayward bottoming student is Will Parker, who worked in 2009 and 2010. This is the final scene from a flick called Bad Conduct.

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10 October 2017

Stop Shrugging

Ruth Marcus at The Washington Post wrote an excellent column last week (link here) with the title "We can’t just shrug Trump off." She understands how nearly everyone has Donald Trump fatigue -- they're tired of the outrageous behavior, the gross incompetence, the staggering corruption -- but we must not ignore what he's doing to America each and every day.

"This situation is not normal," she writes. "This behavior is not okay. We — we in the media, and we Americans — need to keep reminding ourselves of this, day after day, tweet after tweet. We need to call out every false statement. We need to remember, after every failure of empathy and every narcissistic demand for praise, after every impulsive, bellicose taunt and every challenge to constitutional norms, that this is not the way a President acts."

Many times, it's impossible to figure out whether Trump is acting out simply because he emotionally crippled and craves attention, no matter how contemptuous that might be. Or he might be acting to deflect attention away from his failures and corruption. Or maybe it's both.

Marcus's piece is a brief but concise argument of why we must remain vigilant. Read and share.

The Long Hiatus

This is certainly the year for porn stud comebacks, with blokes long out of the business returning to do the nasty onscreen once more. The top here is Lucas, who did porn for two years from 2007 to 2009 and then retired.

Now he's back, older and hairier and hotter. The Men of Porn webpage has some shots from when he was a versatile regular until his retirement (link here). Will he only top in his new incarnation or will be bottom on occasion, too? We can only hope.

The originals for these photos are massive and total more than seventy in number. To download the complete set in a free zipped folder, you'll want to click here.