Media finally find something to cover at Chick-fil-A

There was so little major media coverage of Wednesday's nationwide "buycott" on Chick-fil-A appreciation day that the Weekly Standard's Michael Warren labeled it a media blackout. (Isn't that "racist"?) But you wouldn't know anything about the national phenomenon by reading the front pages of most of the country's leading newspapers. There's no mention of Chick-fil-A on the front pages of the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, the Chicago Tribune, the Los Angeles Times, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, and the Boston Globe. The front pages of USA Today, the Dallas Morning News, and the Houston Chronicle have small headlines about the restaurant, while Chick-fil-A's hometown paper, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, fits in a story below the fold under the heading, "Chick-fil-A Controversy." And the front pages of majornewswebsites are quiet in their coverage as well. Inside some of those papers, the coverage is still relatively scant. The L.A....(Read Full Post)