25 April 2019

Seize the Day

Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson threw down the gauntlet in his Monday installment (link here) in a piece with the title "Democrats must seize and define this moment. Otherwise, Trump will."

The column makes a straight forward and pretty convincing case for impeaching Donald Trump in light of the Mueller Reports's findings. Leading Democrats seem to be mired in "what if" scenarios and are ignoring the "what is" scenario with impeachment. They don't have to go all the way down the road to impeachment in the end, but they should at least start.

The lack of a Trump indictment accompanying the Mueller Report has emboldened the President, but not because he was found to be innocent. He wasn't prosecuted because there's a longstanding Department of Justice policy against indicting a sitting President. The Mueller Report nonetheless details prosecutable crimes/

So Trump is acting like he's been vindicated and exonerated when the report makes the opposite quite clear. Yet Trump will continue to act like that's true and now wants to "investigate" those who investigated him. For someone who whined endlessly and wrongly about a witch hunt, he's eager to fire up a witch hunt all his own.

To add insult to injury, Trump is openly defying Congressional followup to the Mueller Report, demanding that his staff ignore all subpoenas for documents and appearances at committee hearings. This is in defiance of the Mueller Report which makes painfully clear that further Congressional action is warranted.

Robinson does a commendable job in his piece laying out and effectively rebutting some of the common Democratic arguments against impeaching Trump. The historical precedent shows that impeachment would be a good idea now Democrats right now, not a bad one, not to mention the electorate's desire to see Trump constrained, as evidenced by the November 2016 midterm results.

Democrats must not blink in the face of Trump's threats. Doing so will make him stronger. So failing to impeach Trump may end up helping him in the 2020 election, not the other way around as some in the party leadership claim.

Have you made your feelings known to your Congressman or Congresswoman? If not, go to the House website today (link here), enter your zipcode, and reach out to him or her. The more they hear from us, the more confident they will be to act.

Big John

This big bloke is hot as fuck. Who knows if he was ever really in the Air Force but he certainly has my fantasies flying high. As usual, the producing website provides zero information about him or his stats.

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24 April 2019

Poison Pill

Yesterday, the New York Times published an interesting opinion piece (link here) with the title of "There’s a Bigger Prize Than Impeachment" and the deck title of "Keeping Trump in office will destroy the Republican Party."

It's an interesting idea and the future lineup of Congressional hearings into the Trump administration's scandals could do some damage this year and next, but there's no guarantee that those won't fizzle out if there aren't any gigantic bombshells. As well, Donald Trump has ordered everyone in his administration to ignore congressional subpoenas -- a dangerous precedent -- which pits the White House and Congress on a collision course that will likely be resolve in federal courts.

Every day Trump remains in office, however, does further damage to the country. And with the Senate expediting his arch-conservative judicial nominees through confirmation, with virtually all of them being approved, the nation will be affected by this for decades. So Trump can do a great deal of damage in the remaining part of this term.

And what if he's re-elected, which is something of a long shot but certainly not impossible. Remember, he was a long shot before and won nonetheless. And we may also face the danger that if Trump is defeated next year, he will simply declare the results as being fraudulent and refuse to leave office.

The sooner he is gone the better, and the weaker he is made now the better. Even if impeachment does not lead to removal, I think it would do more damage to the GOP in the next two years than hoping Trump will destroy the Republican Party.

Thanks but no thanks.

Flip-Flopping Indoors and Out

Bruce from yesterday is back in two hot flipflop scenes, the first outdoors and the second indoors. Whilst porn producers sometimes pair big lads with twinks to emphasize the size difference, for whatever reason, they don't do that much with Bruce. Perhaps that's only because he prefers to fuck big musclestuds like himself.

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23 April 2019

A Major Case

The Supreme Court announced yesterday it would hear three important LGBT job discrimination cases in the 2019-2020 term (details here and here), and most likely the three cases will be combined into one appeal. Federal appellate courts have ruled both that federal law prohibits and does not prohibit discrimination against LGBT persons, and that conflict in rulings likely encouraged Supreme Court consideration of the matter.

The Obama administration supported prohibiting LGBT discrimination but Donald Trump's administration has said that LGBT discrimination is not illegal. Remember when Trump promised to be pro-LGBT?

When Anthony Kennedy was still a justice on the high court, he was fairly reliably pro-LGBT in his decisions. With his retirement and replacement by an arch-conservative, there's no longer that reassurance. Justices Alito, Thomas, and Kavanaugh almost certainly will rule against LGBT rights. Gorsuch may or not join them and the same for Chief Justice Roberts.

But that could well be overly optimistic. I could very easily see this coming down 5-4 against LGBT rights.

Of course, Congress could quickly fix this by amending the law to specify that discrimination based on sexual orientation or LGBT status is prohibited, but that won't happen with a Republican-controlled Senate and White House. There would be hope for change after the 2020 election if Democrats take the White House and both houses of Congress.

The decision in this case will likely not be announced until summer 2020, right in the middle of the election season. Hopefully it will be an issue motivating Democrats and progressives to the polls.

Special Agent

Special Agent Bruce knows that certain interrogation techniques can open up even the most reluctant witness. Fortunately, he has Bureau approval to use those in extraordinary circumstances.

Bruce has been doing porn for fifteen years, primarily as a top but occasionally as a bottom. He's in his late forties, stands six foot even, and weighs 195 pounds. He has an active Twitter feed (link here) where he posts hardcore images and videos.

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22 April 2019

Understanding It All

A longtime reader emailed me to ask if I had any recommendations for something that would help understand the implications of the Mueller Report without having to read the actual 448-page document. To that end, I recommend the New York Times's free "The Daily" podcast from last Friday, April 19. In thirty minutes, two reporters explain the report itself, why the report is not a vindication of Donald Trump, and the potential liability he faces as a result, both while still President and once leaving office.

If you have an MP3 player or a smart phone, you can download the program to your podcast app. If you don't use either device, you can listen to the entire program online. Alternatively, you can download a written transcript of the entire broadcast. The necessary link for all these options is found here.

The Gymnast

This lad has a very fine physique. I don't know if he really was ever a gymnast but he's built like one. I would imagine a competitive gymnast could be a really creative bedmate who knew a wide variety of sexual positions.

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









21 April 2019

Disinformation

A former FBI agent who handled counterintelligence investigations published a superb piece on Friday (link here) in the New York Times entitled "How Barr and Trump Use a Russian Disinformation Tactic."

Whether by accident or design, Donald Trump is once again using propaganda tactics much more commonly used by Vladimir Putin. Is he doing this consciously or instinctively? Either answer is disturbing. I suspect its instinctive.

For his part, I think Barr may be acting very nefariously but purposefully. He's a lawyer and knows exactly what he's doing. He's like the trial lawyer who subtly changes public perceptions before the trial begins. You can't have much moral fiber to do things like this.

Barr is turning out to be much more dangerous than heretofore was previously known. This is the man who was writing public memos in defense of Trump on oped pages before he was picked the President. This suggests he ultimately can get the upper hand over Trump, who could easily be manipulated into doing what Barr wants.

Talk Dirty to Me

The top in this hot scene is Bulrog and the bottom is Devin Franco. If you want to skip to the sex, that starts about six minutes into the film.

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20 April 2019

A Cancer

George Conway is a prominent conservative Republican who happens to be married to one of Donald Trump's senior advisers. But Conway loathes Trump and regularly writes op-eds denouncing the President.

He published another excellent one yesterday (link here) in the aftermath of the Mueller Report. The title doesn't mince words: "Trump is a cancer on the presidency. Congress should remove him."

Speaking about the Mueller probe, which Trump repeatedly tried to end, Conway writes: "The investigation that Trump tried to interfere with here, to protect his own personal interests, was in significant part an investigation of how a hostile foreign power interfered with our democracy. If that’s not putting personal interests above a presidential duty to the nation, nothing is."

"White House counsel John Dean famously told Nixon that there was a cancer within the presidency and that it was growing. What the Mueller report disturbingly shows, with crystal clarity, is that today there is a cancer in the presidency: President Donald J. Trump."

"Congress now bears the solemn constitutional duty to excise that cancer without delay."

They should. The House is probably game. But the Senate would probably derail attempts to remove Trump, putting party before country. In their own way, they're as bad as Trump."

Sergeant Has Needs

The big musclestud top here is Sergeant Miles, always a favorite. He is an aggressive, creative, insatiable fuck machine. He's totally versatile and does gay, bi, and straight porn as both a top and a bottom. Clearly the lad loves to fuck.

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19 April 2019

No Exoneration

The 448-page Mueller Report was released yesterday with some redactions but there's plenty that was left intact to get a clear picture of a corrupt and incompetent presidency. The media coverage has been and will continue to be exhaustive, so rather than feature a lot of links, I'll just point out a few highlights today.

In summary, the report is devastating for Donald Trump and his presidency. He's pretending he's been exonerated because he was not charged now, but the report makes clear that indictment and prosecution after he leaves office would certainly be warranted. But even putting that aside for the moment, the report presents a long, long laundry list of Trump's monumental incompetence and corruption. The man doesn't have an honest bone in his body, as the report makes clear.

Three points about the report are worth mentioning here.

First, when the President learned a special counsel had been appointed to investigate him and his associates, per Robert Mueller's report, Trump "slumped back in his chair and said, 'Oh my God. This is terrible. This is the end of my presidency. I’m fucked.'" Does that sound like something an innocent man would say?

Second, Mueller said it was difficult to determine if Trump actually committed actionable obstruction of justice because his staff repeatedly ignored him when he tried to get them to obstruct justice for him.

Although Trump ordered them to do so, "Comey did not end the investigation of Flynn, which ultimately resulted in Flynn’s prosecution and conviction for lying to the FBI. McGahn did not tell the Acting Attorney General that the special counsel must be removed, but was instead prepared to resign over the President’s order. Lewandowski and Dearborn did not deliver the President's message to Sessions that he should confine the Russia investigation to future election meddling only. And McGahn refused to recede from his recollections about events surrounding the President’s direction to have the special counsel removed, despite the President’s multiple demands that he do so."

So because Trump is so weak and incompetent and feckless and disrespected, he may technically not have committed obstruction of justice, although he tried damn hard to do so.

And third, ultimately, Mueller said that Congress should be the one to decide whether Trump committed obstruction of justice. To that end, the Mueller Report is clearly a referral for impeachment to Congress.

As Yoni Appelbaum at The Atlantic notes in his excellent piece yesterday (link here): "A basic principle lies at the heart of the American criminal-justice system: The accused is entitled to a fair defense and a chance to clear his name. Every American is entitled to this protection, from the humblest citizen all the way up to the chief executive. And that, Mueller explained in his report, is why criminal allegations against a sitting president should be considered by Congress and not the Justice Department. The Mueller report, in short, is an impeachment referral."

The House leadership has already said they will pick up the baton handed to them by Mueller. As they should. And must. Stay tuned.

Fucking Fiesta

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