Chick-fil-A champion Karen Handel made it official on Friday: She's ramping up her brand of red meat, anti-gay sleaze to run for Georgia's open Senate seat. Oh, joy.
Britain's legendary Pinewood studios, where hundreds of well-known films have been shot, is making a move to the United States, opening its first facility at a site outside of Atlanta. Who is funding the venture? The AP reports: The Pinewood...
An what seems to be a take on Purity Balls, about fifty Chick-Fil-A locations will host a medieval-themed "date knight" for mothers and sons. During this special medieval-themed evening, moms and their sons are encouraged to spend some...Show More Summary
Tossing salad expert Dan Cathy, the Chick-fil-A president who gave the finger to gay activists, is a changed man. Now Cathy says he's learned not to use his outside voice when trashing LGBT equality.
Bria and Chrissy, the adorable singing duo and real-life girlfriends behind instant classics including “Dear Chick-fil-A” and the “Legitimate Rape” song have advice for girlfriend trying to survive the Final Four with their sports-obsessed boyfriends. Essentially, Bria and Chrissy suggest a lobotomy and plenty of SSRI’s to get through the playoffs! read more
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The owner of a California Chick-fil-A surprised supporters at a pro-marriage equality rally by giving out dozens of free meal coupons. COO Dan Cathy has publicly and repeatedly voiced his opposition to gay marriage, while the chain has continued its donations to anti-gay organizations. But Corey Braun, the owner-operator of a Rancho Cucamonga Chick-fil-A, said [...]
Teabagistan is doing cartwheels after Sarah Palin attended a Phoenix Suns game wearing a Chick-Fil-A t-shirt. Mediaite ponders her motivation: Rather than donning the team’s signature orange and purple colors, Palin went with a big cowgirl belt and her favorite fast food chain’s logo on a red shirt. Show More Summary
Sarah Palin was spotted wearing some hate fashion at the Phoenix Suns game, the New York Daily News reports. It's her most prominent show of support for Chick-fil-A since July 2012, when she posed for photos to show support for...
Chick-fil-A said they were leaving the politics to the government, as early as 2011. Think Progress says that ain't so. read more
Dismiss anybody who tells you Chick-fil-A has turned over a new leaf. Think Progress reports: Most of the WinShape’s anti-LGBT giving in previous years went to groups like the Marriage & Family Foundation ($1,188,380 in 2010), the Fellowship Of Christian...
The 29-year-old marriage between Chick-fil-A and Atlanta's gayest college, Emory, is in divorce court. The school hates the chicken chain and, within months, it will be scrubbed from campus. What happened?
Student leaders across the country have petitioned their universities and student unions to give Chick-fil-A the boot because of its donations to anti-gay causes. Well, it appears they’ve gotten their way at Emory Univeristy. Think Progress reports that, according to the student newspaper the Emory Wheel, the new layout for the campus food court doesn’t [...]
Emory's school newspaper, The Emory Wheel, announces that the campus will no longer support a Chick-fil-A read more
All of that huffing and puffing and stern finger wagging on Emory's campus might have done some good: Chick-fil-A- is being dumped from the gay-friendly campus.
The drag queens that chowed down on Chick-fil-A turn their attention to something even tastier: booty. With a parody of "Girl On Fire," Willam Belli, Vicki Vox and Detox offer up "Boy Is A Bottom."
Floyd Lee Corkins II, the man who shot an unarmed guard at the Family Research Council’s headquarters back in August, pleaded guilty to three felony charges on Wednesday in federal court, where new details about his plan emerged. Corkins was charged with a federal charge of transporting a firearm and ammunition across state lines as [...]
Floyd Lee Corkins II, on pleaded guilty to three counts related to the shooting that wounded a security guard at the Family Research Council's Washington, D.C. headquarters last August. read more
Here’s the super gay Super Bowl commercial you didn’t see! Bria and Chrissy, the adorable singing duo and real-life girlfriends behind instant classics including “Dear Chick-fil-A” and the “Legitimate Rape” song have put together a commercial...Show More Summary
The desire of lamb balls chef Virginia Willis to gulp down a tasty tea from Chick-fil-A has drowned the Atlanta lesbian's concerns about the chain's anti-gay antics. Until last summer. Now she's waffling.