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Brett Wilkins

Editor-at-Large based in San Francisco, CA, United States. Joined on Jun 15, 2012
Expertise in Politics, Travel, Food, dining & restaurants, Nightlife, clubbing

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Brett Wilkins is Digital Journal's Editor-at-Large for U.S. news.
He is also a San Francisco-based author and social justice advocate. He is the editor and publisher of Moral Low Ground and is a Yahoo! Featured Political Contributor.

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Brett Wilkins posted After 37 years in prison, Joseph Sledge, innocent, is released
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Brett Wilkins said:
... you were advocating discrimination based on religion. After reading this, I believe you may be on to something.
In News: Op-Ed: CA Supreme Court should ban religious conservatives in judiciary
Brett Wilkins said:
... weekends. Conventional wisdom, however, still posits the best time to post is during the workweek, in the mornings.
In News: Obama official: Israel will 'pay price' for 'spat in face'
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... you very fair-minded when it comes to anything that isn't about your religion. I thank you very much for this comment.
In News: Obama official: Israel will 'pay price' for 'spat in face'
Brett Wilkins posted Federal judge rules Alabama gay marriage ban unconstitutional
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Brett Wilkins said:
... did you PUTIN my sushi!?"
In News: U.S. spies link Litvinenko killing to Kremlin
Brett Wilkins posted Obama official: Israel will 'pay price' for 'spat in face'
Brett Wilkins said:
... issues aside, the whole concept smacks of male ownership of females. Who would proudly wear such clothing?
In News: Beyoncé threatens to sue Etsy over 'Feyoncé' mugs