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Brett Wilkins

Digital Journalist based in San Francisco, CA, United States. Joined on Jun 15, 2012
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Brett Wilkins is 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 Rebel rancher's racist rant sends conservative supporters fleeing
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... vote Democrat, especially for Obama, not realizing he, and his party, aren't all that different from the Republicans.
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... example of religion retarding progress.
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... by Islamic fundamentalists. After all, I have drawn the "prophet" Mohammed several times. Here he is again: @:)~
In News: Since 9/11, right-wing violence has killed more in US than jihad

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