31 March 2019


The Daily Beast has done some excellent coverage recently about Brunei's draconian new anti-LGBT laws and the Trump administration's all-but-nonexistent response (details here).

The new law is set to take effect this week and will condemn to death by stoning anyone caught engaging in any kind of LGBT sexual activity within Brunei.

The Trump administration initially was silent and didn't even respond to media requests for information about their stance. Finally, in response to the Beast's prodding, they released a cut-and-paste-sounding written response that says they were "concerned" about the new law. However, they refused to outright condemn it.

The Vice President was contacted as to his thoughts but provided utterly no response. What a surprise.


This is the full-length porn feature film Powertool, a 1980s classic starring Jeff Styker. A variety of extra scenes are appended at the end of the flick. Be forewarned some of these feature women but that's only in the material after the full movie. Styker had his detractors, but you can't deny he was hung like a moose.

To watch on the source webpage or to download your own free copy of this movie to keep, click here.

30 March 2019


Congressman Adam Schiff, the House Intelligence Committee' chairman, was repeatedly attacked by Donald Trump and his supporters this week for his work in exposing how the President has coddled Russia and the Kremlin. Trump has defamed the Congressman and called for him to resign, a positioned now echoed by Trump supporters in Congress.

As an example of Trump's commentary about Schiff, he mockingly called said "Little pencil neck Adam Schiff. He has the smallest, thinnest neck I have ever seen."

Sciff is a low intensity sort of bloke and waited until he was chairing an open Intelligence Committee session. His statement was beautiful and I reprint it here in its entirety:

“My colleagues might think it’s OK that the Russians offered dirt on the Democratic candidate for president as part of what’s described as the Russian government’s effort to help the Trump campaign. You might think that’s OK.

“My colleagues might think it’s OK that when that was offered to the son of the president, who had a pivotal role in the campaign, that the president’s son did not call the FBI; he did not adamantly refuse that foreign help – no, instead that son said that he would ‘love’ the help with the Russians.

“You might think it’s OK that he took that meeting. You might think it’s OK that Paul Manafort, the campaign chair, someone with great experience running campaigns, also took that meeting. You might think it’s OK that the president’s son-in-law also took that meeting. You might think it’s OK that they concealed it from the public. You might think it’s OK that their only disappointment after that meeting was that the dirt they received on Hillary Clinton wasn’t better. You might think that’s OK.

“You might think it’s OK that when it was discovered, a year later, that they then lied about that meeting and said that it was about adoptions. You might think that it’s OK that it was reported that the president helped dictate that lie. You might think that’s OK. I don’t.

“You might think it’s OK that the campaign chairman of a presidential campaign would offer information about that campaign to a Russian oligarch in exchange for money or debt forgiveness. You might think that’s OK, I don’t.

“You might think it’s OK that that campaign chairman offered polling data to someone linked to Russian intelligence. I don’t think that’s OK.

“You might think it’s OK that the president himself called on Russia to hack his opponent’s emails, if they were listening. You might think it’s OK that later that day, in fact, the Russians attempted to hack a server affiliated with that campaign. I don’t think that’s OK.

“You might think it’s OK that the president’s son-in-law sought to establish a secret back channel of communication with the Russians through a Russian diplomatic facility. I don’t think that’s OK.

“You might think it’s OK that an associate of the president made direct contact with the GRU through Guccifer 2.0 and WikiLeaks, that is considered a hostile intelligence agency. You might think it’s OK that a senior campaign official was instructed to reach that associate and find out what that hostile intelligence agency had to say in terms of dirt on his opponent.

“You might think it’s OK that the national security adviser designate secretly conferred with the Russian ambassador about undermining U.S. sanctions, and you might think it’s OK that he lied about it to the FBI.

“You might say that’s all OK, that’s just what you need to do to win. But I don’t think it’s OK. I don’t think it’s OK. I think it’s immoral, I think it’s unethical, I think it’s unpatriotic and, yes, I think it’s corrupt – and evidence of collusion.”

“Now I have always said that the question of whether this amounts to proof of conspiracy was another matter. Whether the special counsel could prove beyond a reasonable doubt the proof of that crime would be up to the special counsel, and I would accept his decision, and I do. He’s a good and honorable man, and he is a good prosecutor.

“But I do not think that conduct, criminal or not, is OK. And the day we do think that’s OK is the day we will look back and say that is the day that America lost its way.”

“And I will tell you one more thing that is apropos of the hearing today: I don’t think it’s OK that during a presidential campaign Mr. Trump sought the Kremlin’s help to consummate a real estate deal in Moscow that would make him a fortune – according to the special counsel, hundreds of millions of dollars. I don’t think it’s OK to conceal it from the public. I don’t think it’s OK that he advocated a new and more favorable policy towards the Russians even as he was seeking the Russians’ help, the Kremlin’s help to make money. I don’t think it’s OK that his attorney lied to our committee. There is a different word for that than collusion, and it’s called ‘compromise.’

“And that is the subject of our hearing today.”


Aced in the Barn

The super hot top here has always been a favorite of mine. He's the super fine Ace Harden and worked in porn from 1993 to 2005. I wonder where he is today and if he still keeps himself in shape.

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29 March 2019

The Cheat

Yesterday, the Washington Post published a comprehensive and deeply researched article (link here) showing how Donald Trump regularly inflated the values and scope of his properties to lenders and insurers.

For instance, he routinely increased the numbers of floors in a highrise, the total number of lots for sale in a development, and the total acreage of raw land.'

Will this lead to him facing criminal prosecution. In short, it depends.

Per the article: "There are laws against defrauding insurers and lenders with false information. Financial and legal experts said it’s unclear at this point whether Trump will face any legal consequences. They said it depends on whether Trump intended to mislead or whether the misstatements caused anyone to give him a financial benefit."

This is trademark Trump -- lie endlessly as you dance through the gray zone. Don't make it obvious fraud but don't make it honest, either.

Nevertheless, Trump apparently committed outright insurance fraud in his personal residence when he made an inflated claim for a bathroom fresco he said had been damaged (details here). Trump also reportedly received $17 million for an insurance claim at Mar-a-Lago, notwithstanding there was little actual damage to the club. He allegedly told friends he pocketed some of the proceeds.

Trump is trying to deceive voters by claiming he was "totally vindicated" by the Mueller Report as a way to divert attention from these other scandals. At the same time, the Trump Administration is making vague and conflicting noises about when, if ever, the reportedly 300-page Mueller Report will be released to the American people.

Despite Trump's lies, voters are not fooled. Trump's low support numbers remain unchanged since the report was finished and a clear majority of voters believes he still colluded with Russia but just managed not to get caught.

Friday Fuckathon

At week's end, it's time for another mass purge from the hard drive, this time more than a thousand photos from thirty hardcore shoots that were released just this past week. Most are duos and trios and more with a few solo shoots mixed in, too. To download the complete collection in a free zipped folder, click here.

28 March 2019


The House Oversight Committee, the body's main investigative committee, has requested ten years of Donald Trump's financial records (details here). They already have some of them, provided during testimony by Michael Cohen, Trump's former attorney and fixer, but for evidential reasons, they need corroborating copies.

According to those who have seen them, the scope of Trump's loan fraud is easily seen. And loan fraud is a felony. Every signed document with false numbers that was knowingly made is a separate felony count.

The United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York (the federal prosecutors office known as SDNY) is also believed to be investigating this matter. While they probably would wait to prosecute Trump until after he leaves office, they can investigate now and obtain a sealed indictment against him to stop the clock on the statute of limitations.

It is believed this series of potential crimes was uncovered during Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Trump and he handed it over to the SDNY. Which leads one to wonder if this is why he punted on charging Trump with obstruction of justice -- did he know that much stronger cases were out there with much more serious criminal penalties that placed Trump in much greater jeopardy?

If that's the case, Trump's current celebration of the Mueller Report may end up biting him on the ass. He thinks he was vindicated by Mueller when, in fact, the latter put in motion a much greater fall. One can only hope.

Leif Becomes Adonis

The top here made his porn debut last year and has done two scenes to date, a solo and this hardcore action one seen here. He went by Leif in the first one and Adonis in the second. Between the two scenes you can see he muscled up more, making himself more alluring. Stats and details on him are slim, other than the fact he stands six feet tall.

The originals for these photos are much larger than they appear below with a total of about seventy images from the two different shoots. To download the complete set in a free zipped folder, click here.

27 March 2019


Prominent Republican George Conway, a vocal critic of Donald Trump, wrote a superb op-ed yesterday (link here) reflecting on the fallout from the yet-unseen and now already infamous Mueller Report. Three paragraphs are essential reading so I'm reprinting them here:

"Mueller isn’t prone to cheap shots; he plays by the rules, every step of the way. If his report doesn’t exonerate the President, there must be something pretty damning in it about him, even if it might not suffice to prove a crime beyond a reasonable doubt."

"And in saying that the report ‘cataloged the President’s actions, many of which took place in public view,’ Barr’s letter makes clear that the report also catalogs actions taken privately that shed light on possible obstruction, actions that the American people and Congress yet know nothing about."

"At the same time, and equally remarkably, Mueller, according to Barr, said he ‘ultimately determined not to make a traditional prosecutorial judgment’ regarding obstruction. Reading that statement together with the no-exoneration statement, it’s hard to escape the conclusion that Mueller wrote his report to allow the American people and Congress to decide what to make of the facts. And that is what should — must — happen now."

Yes, a thousand times yes, George. Thanks for speaking out. And, according to two polls released yesterday about public attitudes now that the Mueller Report is done, a majority of Americans agree with you.

Do Me First

This is a nice erotic scene that seems less like porn and more like a glimpse into a real couple's afternoon tryst. Flip-flop scenes were top-becomes-bottom several times over are always a favorite.

To view on the source webpage or to download a free copy to keep, be sure to click here.

26 March 2019

Release the Report

Media coverage of the Mueller report has been extensive today. The President and his administration have been crowing about how it's a total vindication, even though it's clear from the Attorney General's very brief summary that it's nothing of the kind. As well, the White House hasn't even seen the report itself.

What's clear to nearly everyone is that the four-page subjective summary released on Sunday is not satisfactory to the American people. According to survey results released yesterday, 87 percent of all Americans and 80 percent of Republicans want the full report released (details here).

Lawfare published an excellent piece (link here) about how the short summary is completely missing all the shading and details in the full report. It could vindicate Trump and his people or it could describe behavior that was deeply dangerous to the nation but stopped short of prosecutable crimes.

This can all be resolved by releasing the full report with necessary redactions for national security reasons and to protect ongoing prosecutions. Without the full report in the hands of the American people, the whole thing ends up looking like a coverup.

Splendor in the Ass

My favorite kinds of porn scenes are with masculine, muscular lads sucking and fucking like they're really into each other. Bonus points for when it's stylishly, erotically photographed. This one rings all the bells.

The watermarked originals for these photos are huge and total two dozen in number. To download the complete set in a free zipped folder, click here.

25 March 2019

Does Not Exonerate

Over the weekend, the Attorney General released a very brief and likely subjective summary of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report (details here). While no clear evidence was found of Donald Trump or his campaign colluding with the Kremlin or soliciting help, there was abundant evidence that the campaign had significant help from Kremlin-connected Russians.

In short, the evidence shows there was help and it was accepted, but it wasn't requested. David Frum published an excellent piece on why this is nonetheless a deeply troubling conclusion (link here).

"Russia helped install your president," he writes. "But although he owes his job in large part to that help, the president did not conspire or collude with his helpers. He was the beneficiary of a foreign intelligence operation, but not an active participant in that operation. He received the stolen goods, but he did not conspire with the thieves in advance."

As for obstruction of justice, Mueller apparently left that up to the Justice Department and Congress to decide. The Attorney General hastily concluded there was not actionable obstruction, a statement that thus mandates release of the entire Mueller report. Former Justice Department official Neal Katyal wrote an excellent column on why release of the full report is now essential (link here).

While Mueller's work is done, many criminal and civil investigations into Trump continue in various US Attorneys divisions (details here). The Mueller report was not the end, but only the end of the beginning. There's still so much more to come. Stay tuned.

The Lapdancer

The storyline here appears to be that Axel gets a lapdance from Trevor, but he's so turned on, he can't help himself and ends up fucking the smaller lad. I can see how that would happen.

Axel has been featured here on the blog before, if he looks familiar to you. While some of the display photos aren't appearing in those previous posts, please note that the download links are all still active.

The originals for the photos posted today are huge and total more than eighty in number. To download the complete set in a free zipped folder, please click here.

24 March 2019

Winning by Losing

The right-of-center Washington Examiner published an article on Friday (link here) about how Republican insiders expect Donald Trump to lose the popular vote once again in 2020 but that he can win the Electoral College and thus become President for a second term.

Putting side for the moment that's an extremely narrow path to victory and many things must fall into place for that to happen, it's extraordinary to realize that Republicans are admitting they can't win when they play on a level field.

The Electoral College is a bizarre and archaic system constructed for a thirteen-state agrarian nation designed to ensure that populous northern state voters could not eliminate slavery. Two-plus centuries later, an urban fifty-state nation without slavery is handcuffed by an outdated system that has no valid purpose. As a result, losers win the presidency and winners get nothing.

Five Americans lost the popular vote -- including Trump and George W. Bush -- but became President because of the Electoral College. And all five of those Presidents were Republicans. So the Republican Party will do everything it can to make sure the Constitution is not amended to eliminate the ludicrous institution.

So Into You

This is a very hot scene because the two lads really seem to be into each other. I believe they were boyfriends when this was made. The top is Tyler Roberts and the bottom is Jesse Santana.

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

23 March 2019

The Mueller Report Is Done

Special Counsel Robert Mueller has completed his investigation of the Trump/Russia scandal and has delivered his final report to the Attorney General. The latter said in a prepared statement that it was a "confidential report explaining the prosecution and declination decisions."

He also said "I may be in a position to advise you of the Special Counsel's principal conclusions as soon as this weekend." Then again, he may not.

Some media and pundits are in wild speculation mode right now. It's important to note that almost nothing is actually known. Only a handful of people inside the Justice Department have seen the full report and they're not talking.

Both Republican and Democrats on Capitol Hill are saying that the full report must be released to the public. I agree. To that end, the Los Angeles Times published an excellent editorial a few hours after the news broke about the report's completion (link here) titled "Why America needs to see the Mueller report, right now."

For now, we have to sit tight and wait patiently. We have to be prepared for the fact that the report may be a long time coming. It may not be as damning as we hoped.

One thing is certain -- regardless of what the report says, Donald Trump has done many things in plain sight that make it painfully clear he is incompetent, dishonest, corrupt, and utterly unsuited to be President of these United States. He must not be reelected.

Totally Owned

I love how Sean Zevran, the bottom here who often tops rather aggressively, totally surrenders to Rhyheim Shabazz's massive cock and totally loves the experience. A truly versatile man is a joy to behold.

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

22 March 2019


It's long been painfully obvious that Donald Trump lacks what mental health professionals call impulse control. He has no self control nor shame when it comes to saying or tweeting something vulgar, rude, hateful, cruel, and/or tasteless.

This is common behavior seen in narcissists who crave common attention. They will say or do anything so attention remains focused on them.

Trump has demonstrated time and again that he likes to govern by sudden impulse, once again ensuring that the discussion remains focused on him. He has repeatedly announced both sudden military and diplomatic changes this way.

Yesterday, Trump did it again. He suddenly announced that the United States would recognize Israel's sovereignty over the Golan Heights, disputed territory between the states of Israel and Syria. Golan was an issue the United States took great care to avoid for more than fifty years. No more.

A few hours later, McClatchy broke the story (link here) about how Trump made this decision without consulting the State Department, key diplomats, the Defense Department, or even Israel itself. There was no internal review process. No coordinated plan to roll out the news.

It's as if Trump wanted to make sure he was the biggest part of the story, not the actual news itself. A President who is that emotionally fragile and impulsive is a danger to the nation. If he can institute an abrupt policy shift like this, he can plunge the country into war just as quickly.

You Are My Sunshine

Friday is here, so it's time for another big archive dump of hardcore porn. Today's offering is a big collection of nearly fourteen hundred photographs from three dozen hardcore porn shoots, all released just within the last week. To download the complete collection in a free zipped folder with all photos, be sure to click here.

21 March 2019

What We Already Know

Much of America and the rest of the world is eagerly awaiting release of a report from Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who leads the criminal investigation into Donald Trump and his associates. When that report will be submitted to the Justice Department and when it becomes public is anyone's guess.

Nevertheless, based on the various indictments and mainstream media reporting, a good deal is already known about the sprawling Trump-Russia scandal. To that end, the New York Times published another one of their terrific interactive features yesterday (link here) that provides a great cheat sheet of all the people caught up in the massive scandal as well as the various subplots.

Given that Mueller runs a pretty much leak-proof operation, the public has been surprised in the past when unexpected individuals are indicted. The chance of that still happening, as well as revelations about other subplot scandals appearing the final report, are good.

As always with any link posted on this blog, you can read the source material without paying for it. Simply use proxy sites like hide.me (link here) or outline.com (link here) to circumvent any paywalls. Or, use the incognito or private window feature on your browser to visit the links.

Maximum Max

Who doesn't love watching a big alpha black stud stuffing his oversize cock into a littler white lad's nervous hole? Maybe that's why racists are so terrified of black men -- they secretly fantasize about being buggered by a big black cock but are too timid to seek what they desperately want and need.

The watermarked originals for these photos are huge and total two dozen in number. To download the complete set in a free zipped folder, click here.