Tuesday, August 4, 2009

9-12-09 March on Washington

This grassroots movement is going to Capitol Hill.... and Citizens for Common Sense of Northeast TN are going with them!

If you are interested in attending this event, visit their site to register: http://www.912dc.org/

Thursday, July 2, 2009

"Breaking Tradition" to Play Common Sense Rally on the 4th...

We are excited to announce that Saturday night's entertainment will feature bluegrass from the local band, Breaking Tradition. Visit their website, www.breakingtradition.com to learn more about this group of four from Bristol, TN.

Friday, June 5, 2009


Directions to Faith Fellowship Church: from Roan St., turn onto Libery Bell Blvd... when you get to the baseball fields, take a right onto Guaranda Dr. The church is about a 1/2 mile on the right.

Wednesday, May 6, 2009

"We the people..."
How did we get so far removed from the document on which our nation was founded? Our founding Father's had a little something that has been lost in politics along the way... it's called common sense.

Our national debt is over $11 trillion- what's worse is that the individuals that could save us (small business) are being forced to redistribute their wealth instead of focusing on creating jobs. Large corporations are being bailed out (on the taxpayers dime) to avoid bankrupcy. Has anyone else grown tired of this incessant misbehavior with hard-earned taxpayer dollars? Isn't it about time that we start taking responsibility for ourselves and find a way to get back to the principles that made this country great?

This 4th of July rally is intended to unite members of our community that have a shared desire to restore common sense to government. With the 2010 Congressional elections right around the corner, East Tennesseans need to be aware of the significance of the outcome of this election and how it could impact generations to come…
Please join us outside of Faith Fellowhip Church, July 4th at 7:00 pm. (The address is 810 Guaranda Dr. - church is located right across the street from Freedom Hall/ Kiwanis park.) Please join us for a celebration of our country's Independence and a chance to connect with like-minded individuals... and get a prime spot for the fireworks!! Together, perhaps we can find a way to make our voices heard, before it’s too late.