For the last several years, there has been a feud underway between various Religious Right groups and the organizers of the annual CPAC conference, primarily over the participation of the gay conservative group GOProud.
Religious Right groups had been boycotting the event in recent years, but the American Conservative Union, which organizes the event, got a new chairman last year who has made it a priority to try and unify the movement. As such, GOProud has been kicked out and now the Religious Right leaders are flocking back to the event.
But it is not just Religious Right leaders that CPAC is wooing back, but even Birther king Joseph Farah of WorldNetDaily. Since 2009, Farah has been on a crusade against CPAC, stemming mainly from a refusal to allow him to host a panel questioning President Obama's citizenship.