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Dec 8, 2013 6:04AM
Then shut up and do something about it.  We all have the power to give.  And we all have the power to become independent (non-dependent.)  Get out there, make money and give it to those people that are starving.  Stop going online and complaining and do something about it.  Stop thinking this victim mentality and start thinking about being the solution. 
Dec 8, 2013 8:45AM
While I consider myself a moderate, the comment about republicans who do nothing is ironic when talking about celebrities in Hollywood since 99% of them are as bleeding heart liberal as you can get. These "stars" ( i.e. George Clooney, etc) want to tell us what we should be doing to be good, caring Americans.  When they make millions and millions of dollars for their "work", they shouldn't preach to us and judge us about how we should live our lives and pretend that government certain government issues (i.e. Obamacare, minimum wage, government handouts) are even a part of their world.  Give me a break!!  
Dec 8, 2013 5:31AM
Dec 18, 2013 11:10AM
I could care less what these, TV and Movie people make , have or get. I worry about the millions of people, like our Vets. who have returned and have no family nor home to go to. And what about the rest of the poor, who don't know where their next meal is coming from. Many have children who like all children are asking Santa Claus for toys etc. Well I know what the true meaning of Christmas is and it's not, the big meals, nor the toys and certainly not the fancy clothes and parties. It's all about the birth of Christ our Lord and Savior. He too had no place to go nor a big meal, yet he was our King. So if you really believe in the true meaning of Christmas, do something special this year. Invite a Vet to go to Church and have Christmas dinner, with your family. Instead of reading the night before Christmas to your children, read to them the story of the birth of Christ. God Bless You All.
Dec 8, 2013 6:58AM
And we actually have to THINK about upping the minimum wage. Ummmm....o.k.  Really???
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Forbes' highest paid TV stars

See who made the list for 2013

Dorothy Pomerantz

Our numbers come from research for our annual Celebrity 100 list, which is based partly on the entertainment-related earnings of Hollywood's biggest stars. Earnings estimates are based on conversations with agents, lawyers and other in-the-know folks. We do not deduct for taxes, management fees or the other costs of being a celebrity.

No. 1: Sofia Vergara, $30 million

A woman sits atop the earnings pile (this year at least). With a haul of $30 million between June 2012 and June 2013, Sofia Vergara earned more than any other TV actor, male or female.

Vergara, who stars on the hit sitcom "Modern Family," is paid about the same as the other main actors on the show, roughly $175,000 per episode. But Vergara stands out from the crowd thanks to her lucrative endorsements. Vergara shills for brands like Diet Pepsi, Cover Girl and the medication Synthroid. She also has one of the best deals around with Kmart; her line of clothing at the discount chain is helping to bring in Hispanic shoppers.

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