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Topic - Dan Cathy
Chick-fil-A issued a statement saying that a recent tweet from company president Dan Cathy decrying the Supreme Court ruling on gay marriage and DOMA represented his views, and his views alone.
Sex is always interesting, but mix it with politics in a presidential campaign and it becomes downright sensational. First Amendment guarantees of free speech get lost in the protest when homosexual couples meet to make out at Chick-fil-A.
Religious freedom continues to be under attack by those who preach tolerance but don't practice it themselves. First it was the federal government redefining the role of religious organizations and forcing them to provide health care services to their employees that go against their religious beliefs or be fined.
When Chick-fil-A President Dan Cathy spoke about marriage last month, he did something every American is free to do. He voiced his opinion and aired his convictions. In response, some activist groups that disagree with Mr. Cathy have demanded that Chick-fil-A restaurants be removed immediately from several university campuses.
The great chicken-sandwich controversy has come and gone, leaving a moral lesson as consequential and lasting as the clucking in a henhouse. The clucking was media-made — loud, fierce and angry.
Is there any better way to protest against today's Democratic Party than participating in private enterprise? Only if it involves free exercise of religion, the one thing that they hate more than business.
Twelve years ago, Bryant Gumbel called me an (expletive) idiot on CBS' "The Early Show" for defending the Boy Scouts after the U.S. Supreme Court affirmed their right to uphold moral standards for leaders and members.
Gay rights activists plan kiss demonstrations at Chick-fil-A stores Friday, just days after the company set a sales record when customers flocked to the restaurants to show support for the fast-food chain owner's opposition to gay marriage.
Chick-fil-A supporters are eating at the chicken chain's restaurants as the company continues to be criticized for an executive taking a public position against same-sex marriage.
Churchgoers and supporters of religious freedom weren't too chicken to eat at Chick-fil-A on Wednesday.
Homosexual "marriage" has become a defining issue for Democrats. The party is pushing hard for this policy to bring out their base and get behind an otherwise weak re-election bid from President Obama.
A chicken, a big-city mayor and a duck walk into a bar. The bartender looks up and says, "What is this, a joke?"
Dan Cathy could have saved his company, Chick-fil-A, a lot of trouble. All he had to do was keep his views about family to himself.
Each day brings new evidence of the left's hatred for Christians and other traditionalists, but the smear campaign against Christian-owned Chick-fil-A sets a new low.
Deep-fried controversy continues: "Chick-fil-A Day" looms Wednesday, organized by Mike Huckabee and some 219,000 fans of the embattled restaurant chain after its CEO Dan Cathy condemned gay marriage, prompting multiple boycotts and much political posturing.
In 2012, Mr. Cathy told a radio host that the United States was "inviting God's judgment on our nation when we shake our fist at him and say we know better than you as to what constitutes a marriage."
President Dan Cathy told a Christian news outlet that top company officials supported traditional marriage.