Chick-fil-A store owners seek distance from gay marriage debate
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) on Friday entered the debate over Chick-fil-A and the opposition of its CEO to gay marriage.
Chick-fil-A, you will recall, has been mired in controversy after its CEO expressed public support for limiting marriage rights to heterosexual couples (or, at least, couples who are pretending to be heterosexual). It seems safe to
Donald A. Perry, the vice president of corporate public relations for Chick-fil-A, died of a heart attack on Friday morning, Columbus Georgia's WRBL News 3 reports. The company confirmed the news in a statement to the
The Chick-fil-A Foundation is a satirical site designed to ridicule Chick-fil-A president Dan Cathy's anti-gay comments.
I won't ever give my business to a Chick-fil-A, and I know that many LGBTs and our allies will also stay away. But Chick-fil-A has every right to be in business, in the city of Chicago and elsewhere. I would never want their bigotry to keep them from