RCDP Monthly Meeting 2

The next meeting of the Roane County Democratic Party is April 12th 2018 at 7:00 pm at the at the Greenwood School in Kingston. This is an open meeting and all Roane County Democrats are invited to attend. Speaking this month, Shirley Stone will discuss the importance of recycling efforts […]

Karl Dean visits Kingston   Recently updated !

Karl Dean, the former mayor of Nashville and candidate for Governor of the great state of Tennessee, will be in Kingston at 10:00 a.m. EDT on Saturday, March 24 at the Greenwood School, 726 Greenwood St. We hope to see everyone there! from Karl Dean’s website: [..I decided to run […]

Family Promise of Roane County   Recently updated !

of Roane County Annual Rummage Sale Kingston Church of Christ Family Center120 West Spring Street April 6 & 7 from 9am till 3pm each day Taking Donations on Tuesday & Wednesday between the hours of 10:00-3:00 & 6:30-7:30 on both days. Please note: We do not take… TV’s Old Computers […]

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Morgan County Democratic Party Rally

Tuesday march 20th at 7:00pm est. Morgan County Democratic Party will host a meeting and RALLY. Speakers will be Danielle Mitchell, John Mark Windell, Campaign manager for Karl Dean “Courtney Wheeler”, Bredesen will have someone speaking as well. Food and drink will be furnished. Bring your members and come join […]

RCDP mourns sudden death of Steve Kelley

The Roane County Democratic Party is sad to announce the sudden death of Steve Kelley, county commissioner, loyal member of the RCDP, husband of Renee and brother of Jean West, our party’s treasurer. The family will receive friends on Tuesday, February 27 at Kyker’s Funeral Home in Kingston from 6-8 […]

No, he never asked us to stop future election interference- by digby

“I wrote about yesterday’s intelligence hearing for Salon this morning: Tuesday’s televised annual Global Threat Hearing before the Senate Intelligence Committee seemed like a rare and special event. What used to be considered routine and ordinary in American political life — open hearings with government officials testifying about the issues […]

Union membership holds steady in the South

By Chris KrommFebruary 2, 2018 Despite losing two high-profile organizing campaigns in 2017 — at Boeing’s factory in South Carolina and a Nissan plant in Mississippi — labor unions gained 130,000 members from the Southern workforce last year. Data released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics in January shows that […]

Doctors raise concerns over Gov. Bill Haslam’s opioid proposal

from the Tennessean […The organization makes several recommendations, including limiting dispensing instead of prescribing. It suggests limiting initial filling of prescriptions at pharmacies to seven days. Another recommendation the group makes is requiring insurance companies to pay for non-opioid pain management treatments. Similar recommendations have been made in others states, […]


Team Trump Just Blew Its Cover

by John R. Schindler John Schindler is a security expert and former National Security Agency analyst and counterintelligence officer. Read his full bio here. In a recent column I noted how President Donald Trump seemingly can bend time in a near-supernatural fashion. Our commander-in-chief’s “fine-honed ability to make days seem like […]