The modern incarnation of the GOP bears virtually no resemblance to the party that produced presidents like Teddy Roosevelt and Dwight Eisenhower. In fact, even Ronald Reagan would have been considered a moderate by the standards of today’s Republican Party. With every new Tea Party member that gets elected to Congress, the Party is forced to shift their positions further and further to the right to appeal to their fringe base, leaving independents and moderates with only one alternative. Mike Papantonio discusses the radical shift in Republican ideology with Jesse LaGreca, a member of the Occupy Movement, and best-selling author and President of Libertas, LLC Cliff Schecter.