There has been a lot of less than warm discussion of CPAC this year from both the left and right, with a growing number of political commentators questioning the diminishing role of the Republican Party at the convention, and if the convention itself could be negative fore the party. Supporters argue that CPAC — which should be noted is in its fortieth year — is a convention for the conservative movement, not the Republican Party.

Conservative talk radio host and CPAC veteran Dana Loesch joined “Wilkow!” remotely from the conference Thursday to talk about the controversy surrounding CPAC, how the number of males speaking outnumbers females 2 to 1, and CPAC and Republicans backing Pro-Gay marriage conservative groups banned from sponsoring the event.