Jack E. Kemp
The New York Post reports today, in their editorial section, http://nypost.com/2014/01/30/chick-fil-a-values/ that Chick fil-A stores in the Birmingham, Alabama, have been cooking up food for free for motorists stranded in snowstorms and also letting stranded travelers spend the night in their stores.
The editorial mentions that Rahm Emanuel, the Mayor of Chicago, previously said that Chick fil-A's values had no place in his city. I think Emanuel has no idea how ironic his statement is. To quote the editorial, "company CEO Dan Cathy makes no bones about running a family-owned business based 'on the values rooted in the Bible.'"
This New York Post editorial gives me an opportunity to state that I went out in the snow in New York to attempt to join the National Chick fil-A Day rally for Duck Dynasty at the New York City branch. It is located in the ground floor Food Court of a dormitory at New York University and is open to the public (I've eaten there before). But when I got to the building on the 21st of January, I found that the entire food court was closed, so I couldn't attend a rally near me on a snowy day.