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Kevin Roeten

A former Chemical Engineer, Kevin Roeten enjoys riding the third rail of journalism: politics and religion. He is a Guest Columnist for the Asheville Citizen-Times, and the Independent (Ohio), writes for numerous blogs, is an amateur astronomer, and delves into scientific topics.

Obama’s Election Victory Tainted By Anomalies?

Fraud may have scoured the slopes of the 2012 Election. Obama's election victory was heavily tainted by a few anomalies.

EMP Makes Missile Defense and Lasers a Reality

EMP attack by a rogue country only a matter of time.

Obama Should Be Impeached Over Benghazi

It's only happened to one president-and he resigned. Two presidents were impeached, the most recent was Bill Clinton. With Obama, impeachment (or indictment) charges have not yet been filed.

Hands Down – Obama Policies Have Lost Him Election

Obama has too many downsides, and as the writer tells it, Obama is buying the election, destroying the economy, loading up on debt and making Americans dependent on government.

Administration Taking a Page Out of Communist Manifesto

Obama wants to change the 1st Amendment of the Constitution.

The Huge Separation in Presidential Candidates

The separation between Romney and Obama is insurmountable. Romney wants you to vote if you're a citizen, wants the Democratic-republic form of government the Founding Fathers wanted, and knows our government is Christian-based.

Planned Parenthood Tops Taxpayer Wastes

Obama almost married to Planned Parenthood.

Van Allen Radiation Belts Unknown Entities

Van Allen belts may be the 'quarantine' we never knew about.

Is US Secretly Transferring Stockpile of ‘Yellowcake’ From Iraq to Canada?

The Yellowcake in Saddam Hussein's arsenal has been spirited away, chemical engineer, Kevin Roeten says.

The Missing Senate Obamacare Vote

Democrats 'stonewall' in Democrat-controlled Senate. Republicans have already voted for a repeal of Obamacare twice in the Republican-controlled House. Unless the Senate agrees with the appeal, it won't happen.