Shenandoah County GOP

Interview with RPV Chair Jeff Frederick
July 7, 2008, 8:04 pm
Filed under: General Assembly, MSM, Multimedia, Party Politics

Tertium Quids, a center-right economic think tank  free-market, conservative issue advocacy organization focused on state policies, sat down with recently elected RPV Chairman Delegate Jeff Frederick. Frederick spoke with TQ not just about his reorganization efforts but what the transportation battles in the General Assembly could mean for the party’s direction over the next year. Interesting listen. 

UPDATE: I changed the description of TQ, lest anyone should think they rest in the “mushy middle” of the political sphere. Just a quick glance at the Freedom and Prosperity Agenda on their website shows that they are not the sort to barter their principles away for political gain. 

H/T to Virginia Virtucon

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Tertium Quids is a free-market, conservative issue advocacy organization. I host the Tuesday Morning Group coalition in Richmond each month. We are not a “center-right” coalition as the people in the center nauseate me. I have never liked people whose principles are written in pencil. The coalition is about 80-85% conservative, 15-20% libertarian, and 100% free market. It will remain so.

John Taylor
Tertium Quids

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