Aww! Aren't these two the CUTEST?
Joe Biden News Archive
American politics haven't been this harmonious since…well, ever!
The vid samples Papa Joe's advice to the American public to fire a shotgun off if there's ever an intruder in your home!
After all, that's what Joe tells his wife Jill Biden to do!
Well, this is certainly a song that we'd never get to see Darren do on Glee! That's for sure!
The video goes on to auto-tune other politicians and news personalities. We think we laughed the hardest at around 2:17 when everyone in Congress stops for a mandatory chocolate break!
Ch-ch-check out the latest songify the news segment and see "what the heck is going on" …AFTER THE JUMP!!!
The Republican national platform does not include support for same-sex marriage, so it takes a lot of guts to speak up for what you believe in sometimes!
But Illinois' stroke-surviving Senator Mark Kirk wasn't about to let peer pressure get in the way!!
Kirk has officially become the second member of the GOP to endorse same-sex marriage! And with one of the best quotes we've ever heard on the matter! He said:
Apparently celebrity hackers aren’t just in it for the attention. For some it’s all about the Benjamins!
Although some of the information posted on Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden led us to believe that the website might be a hoax, investigators say the hackers have actually been using the First Lady’s financial information for their own benefit!
Looks like it might be time to start freezing your accounts, Michelle!
It seems like these hackers are always trying to up the ante and prove their skills, but they might have gone too far here. Regardless of how much money is in it, messing with the President’s wife doesn’t sound like a good idea to us at all!
[Image via National Photo Group.]
The celebrities and politicians involved in yesterday’s ENORMOUS hack might be able to rest easy, as it looks like the whole thing was just a hoax!
So what tipped us off to the elaborate prank?
Well for starters, the phone number posted for Joe Biden actually belongs to a gardening shop in Delaware! Unless our Vice President has a second job we aren't aware of, this looks a bit fishy!
The site also listed one of Hillary’s previous addresses
Give up? They all have Social Security Numbers!
More specifically, they all have SSNs that were hacked and put online today!
Forget sext messages- this is some serious identity theft shiz! Someone hacked the financial records of these celebs-
We won't name the website that posted the info here, but all we can say to them is- some of the names on that list have some serious connections! Like say, the Secret Service!
So yeah, good luck with that!
[Image via WENN.]
On the other hand, MObama and Jill Biden weren't there to get all politics up in peoples faces. They were there for their Joining Forces initiative, which aims to help and honor military troops and families.
So basically the crowd was booing helping vets and military families.
Not cool, because they were trying to do a good thing!
Check out the video above.
With prescription drug abuse surpassing the number of people who overdosed during both the crack cocaine epidemic of the 1980s and the black tar heroin epidemic of the 1970s combined, the White House is finally doing something about it.
On Tuesday, Vice President Joe Biden announced:
"We are making an unprecedented commitment to combat the growing problem of prescription drug abuse. The government, as well as parents, patients, health care providers, and manufacturers all play a role in preventing abuse. This plan will save lives, and it will substantially lessen the burden this epidemic takes on our families, communities, and workforce."
Epidemic: Responding to America's Prescription Drug Abuse Crisis will be an effort supported by federal agencies like the FDA, DEA, Health and Human Services, Justice, and Defense and Veterans Affairs.
The campaign aims to to reduce abuse and drug diversion, educate both parents and health care providers, find better ways to dispose of unused pills, and beef up enforcement efforts by clamping down on pill mills and doctor shopping.
The major push against prescription addiction is specifically cracking down on opioids, a class of drugs used to treat chronic pain, which includes OxyContin, Vicodin, Darvon, Dilaudid and Demerol.
Although viewed as medicine, the prescription pain relievers are highly addictive, as DEA Administrator Michele Leonhart said:
"When abused, prescription drugs are just as dangerous and just as addictive as drugs like methamphetamine or heroin. The more we can do to stop the abuse of prescription drugs, the more effective we will be in reducing the death, destruction and despair that accompanies all drug abuse."
The sad reality is that almost any drug can be abused by those with addictive personalities, but we hope this new campaign will drastically reduce the number of people dying from accidental overdoses of prescription drugs.
[Image via AP Images.]