"I'm a pretty conservative guy. Grew up in the Midwest. I'm not a radical, just a regular American. And I am a constitutionalist," Mr. James said. "These days, I don't know how to describe our government. Democratic, Republican? Left, right? There are too many distractions. I sense we're losing the basic founding ideas of the nation. We've got to get back to those ideas. And why not start with reaffirming the middle class? To me, middle-class America should remain our center of gravity."
"There's an incredible feeling of helplessness when you vote now. The political parties seem to have the same agenda, and I can't think of any legislation that was made in the interest of the citizens lately. I think America is on a course to an internationalism we've never known. They call it many things. New world order, planetary government. We're pretty much global as it is," Tommy James tells Inside the Beltway.