A more formal designation for the socio-economic blending of corporate, fiscal and social conservatism that now typifies the so-called "tea Party" movements in the United States.
Sarah Palin and Dick Armey are two of the nation's more prominent personalities that advocate for smaller government, lower taxes, fewer social entitlements, and other tenets of trio-conservatism.
by shoqvalue April 18, 2010

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