The Tea Party is one of the most revolutionary forces in politics today, with millions of concerned Americans having found their voice through the movement.
One of the most prominent figures behind the Tea Party is Rand Paul, the freshman senator from Kentucky. The Republican lawmaker said he's determined to create a blueprint for a new America.
From bank bailouts and bankrupt entitlements to borrowing billions from the next generation, Sen. Paul has set out to take these problems head on and put an end to politics as usual.
In his book, The Tea Party Goes to Washington, Paul describes how fear over the Obama administration's big government agenda gave rise to the Tea Party.
He explains the movement is unique because it's independent and critical of both the Democrat and Republican parties.
As a practicing ophthalmologist and son of Texas Congressman Ron Paul, the younger Paul vows to use constitutional conservatism to take back the halls of Congress.
He said he has a message for Washington: It's time to tighten the belt because the people are taking the government back.
Sen. Paul talked more about his ambitious plan for America on the "The 700 Club," April 26.
--originally aired on April 26.