How do I contact Thomas Jefferson Club?
You can hit the “Contact Us” menu button and fill in the form to send us an email. Also, our mailing address is listed on the contact page. Alternatively, you can hit the “Social Networks Link” menu button and contact us through Twitter, Facebook, or Meetup. We monitor all of these resources continuously.
What is the purpose of the club?
We are a non-profit, non-partisan volunteer organization dedicated to providing information and discussion about Conservative principles as they apply to current events and politics. Our membership comes primarily from Bucks County, Pennsylvania and its immediate surroundings, but we have members as far away as Texas and California. We discuss national issues as they affect us locally. We stand for the protection and defense of the United States Constitution, personal liberty, free market capitalism, the sovereignty of the United States of America, and the preservation of traditional Western values. We encourage our members to sread our message by all appropriate means.
When and where do you meet?
Our meeting schedule is posted on the home page as well as under the Meetings menu tab. If you need further assistance, please contact us directly. See FAQ #2.
What are your meetings like?
Our meetings are not your run-of-the-mill club gatherings. Every month, we select a theme and format that best suits the climate of events. For example, we have had round table discussions where everyone has had a chance to have their say on any number of subjects. We have presented featured speakers who are experts on the subjects they discuss. We have hosted a town hall and invited our Congressman to join in. We are hosting a Candidates’ Forum in October to present political candidates to their constituency for questions and discussion. Our meetings are always interesting and lively, and provide good fellowship for area conservatives. You will meet wonderful people at the Thomas Jefferson Club!
Has the club grown?
The first meeting after the club founding in December 2008 drew 4 people. The second meeting drew 5. Then our President, Jeff McGeary, spoke at the Washington’s Crossing Tea Party, and was enthusiasticly received. Thereafter, meeting attendance grew geometrically. We were meeting in the Temperance House, which by the way was open for business when General Washington and the Colonial Army were in town for the Battle of Trenton in 1776, but outgrew their available space with overflow crowds. Our most recent meeting drew between 300 and 350 people to hear an in-depth discussion of healthcare. We shall be forever indebted to the Temperance House in Newtown for their enthusiasm, their wonderful hospitality, and their excellent food and drink.
Do you participate in political protests?
Thomas Jefferson Club does not participate in political protests as an organization, but we do make our membership aware of such events. We encourage our members to participate in politically oriented activities they are comfortable with, which may include organized or spontaneous protests; discussing the issues with friends, family, or co-workers; or simply voting.
Do you endorse candidates?
Thomas Jefferson Club is non-partisan. However, consistent with our non-profit status, we may endorse conservative candidates no matter their political party.
Letter From Our President
Thank you for your interest in the Thomas Jefferson Club! It’s an exciting time to become involved in the political process and have a positive impact in the future of our Republic.
The Thomas Jefferson Club was founded in December 2008 with three members, since this time we have grown to several hundred members and supporters in Bucks County and the surrounding counties.
We are active citizens engaged in our communities and seek to influence positive change at all levels of government.