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Dan T. Cathy

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  • Gay marriage supporters kiss at Chick-fil-A

    Gay marriage supporters kiss at Chick-fil-A
    Among those who came out to support gay marriage at theChick-fil-Ain Costa Mesa on Friday afternoon was the Rev. Sarah Halverson of Fairview Community Church. "I felt like it was an important opportunity to stand on behalf of love and inclusion and gay...
  • Chick-fil-A stance recalls Westboro Baptist Church

    Chick-fil-APresident and CEO Dan Cathy surely knew that his corporate opposition to same-sex marriage would spur controversy. He is more than justified in stating his position, given that his company will either reap the benefits or suffer the...
  • Dear Chick-fil-A president…

    Dan Cathy, president ofChick-fil-A, says we are shaking our fist at God by supported gay marriage ("Crowds flock to Chick-fil-A to back owner on marriage," Aug. 2). I would like to say this to Mr. Cathy: We now know that sexual orientation is not a...
  • Mayor's Chick-fil-A position distorted

    I must respectfully call out Cal Thomas and The Sun on Mr. Thomas' recent column onChick-fil-Athat appeared on the op-ed page ("Chick-fil-A gets busted by the thought police," Aug. 2). Boston Mayor Thomas Menino expressed his displeasure, and made his...
  • Chick-fil-A controversy raises free speech issues

    I believe The Sun, along with many other news outlets, misses the major issues regarding the Chick-fil-Astory: Why is there such intolerance for CEO Dan Cathy's personal views, and such disregard for his freedom of speech ("Chick-fil-A gets busted by...
  • Gay activists counter Chick-fil-A with Starbucks appreciation day

    Gay activists counter Chick-fil-A with Starbucks appreciation day
    Gay marriage activists are planning to swarm Starbucks on Tuesday in an attempt to counter the record sales from last week’s Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day. The chicken chain enjoyed a surge of support during the Wednesday event, dreamed up by former...
  • Starbucks appreciation: Will retort to Chick-fil-A day succeed?

    Starbucks appreciation: Will retort to Chick-fil-A day succeed?
    Gay marriage activists had a vision: Tuesday would be their clarion call for consumers to reject Chick-fil-A  and its president’s comments against same-sex unions, instead crowding into Starbucks and other more sympathetic companies. Though it's...
  • In Chick-fil-A flap, major misconceptions about the First Amendment

    As a practicing attorney, I am compelled to correct the many misstatements in the media and in letters to the editor regarding the role of the First Amendment in reference to the controversy stirred up by Chick-fil-APresident Dan Cathy ("Chick-fil-A...
  • Maryland gay marriage: Don't cue the wedding bells just yet

    Maryland gay marriage: Don't cue the wedding bells just yet
    There was a brief explosion of optimism from those supporting same-sex marriage in Maryland last week after a poll by Hart Research Associates indicated that voters in the state support it by a significant margin of 54-40. No state has ever approved gay...
  • For Chick-fil-A, freedom of expression works both ways

    Regarding Charlotte Eliopoulos' letter, we all have the right to freedom of speech, even if that means protesting a business owner's beliefs. We also are free not to support his franchises ("Chick-fil-Acontroversy raises free speech issues," Aug. 7)....
  • Chick-fil-A president's stand on gay marriage has nothing to do with the quality of his company's products

    Columnist Thomas Schaller is consistent if nothing else in his convoluted and irrational thinking about Dan Cathy's view that that God defined marriage and men should not try to redefine it ("Chick-fil-A head has a right to speak, not to be taken...