The Conservative Politcal Action Conference (CPAC) for the last few years has embraced the Paul family, with both Ron and Rand Paul having won straw polls in the past. But that doesn't mean that the Republican party is ready to abandon its stance for Paul-style skepticism towards aggressive foreign policy, military intervention, and regime change.

What do the party elite think about going to war? And how does it differ from how the conference attendees think about war? Reason TV's Matt Welch hit the conference floor to find out how conservatives think we should react to the rise of ISIS and Russia's aggresive expansion under Putin.

Runs about 3:45.

Produced by Todd Krainin. Hosted by Matt Welch.