1. Chick-fil-A

Chick-fil-A’s owner is deeply entrenched in conservative politics and social issues. Chain president Dan Cathy said in a recent interview with the Baptist Press that “as an organization we can operate on biblical principles.” Asked about the company’s support of the “traditional family,” Cathy answered, “Well, guilty as charged….We are very much supportive of the family — the biblical definition of the family unit….We know that it might not be popular with everyone, but thank the Lord, we live in a country where we can share our values and operate on biblical principles.”

In response to the controversy, the company didn’t apologize, but said that from now on it will “leave the policy debate over same-sex marriage to the government and political arena.”

2. Carl’s Jr.

Carl’s Jr. founder Carl Karcher, who died in 2008, had been a supporter of anti-abortion causes for decades and funded the anti-choice group Operation Rescue. Gay rights groups dubbed his hamburgers “bigot burgers” after Karcher supported a 1978 proposition that would have allowed school boards to fire teachers who were gay or advocated homosexuality.

3. Domino’s Pizza

Founder Tom Monaghan is a devout Catholic and founder of the Ave Maria List, an anti-choice PAC. He’s an unapologetic supporter of anti-choice groups, including Operation Rescue, Right to Life, Priests for Life, and the Committee to End State-Funded Abortion in Michigan. (Domino’s itself has noted that it does not, as a company, support “either side of the reproductive rights issue.”)

4. White Castle

According to a ThinkProgress report White Castle has given $25,000 to the Congressional Leadership Fund super PAC, a group linked to House Speaker John Boehner that is supporting conservative candidates in the November election.

5. Waffle House

ThinkProgress reported right wing consumer brands such as Waffle House. The breakfast joint has given $100,000 this election cycle to the Karl Rove super PAC American Crossroads. Mother Jones’ Tim Murphy reported on the donation:

the company’s political action committee has given exclusively to Republicans. His ties to Romney date back to 2006, when he joined the finance team of Romney’s political action committee, Commonwealth PAC.