Is alive and well in the Bluegrass State.
Live it. Breathe it. SEPARATE. Keep it that way.
FRANKFORT — The Kentucky General Assembly violated the state Constitution when it appropriated $10 million to the University of the Cumberlands for a pharmacy building and $2 million for a pharmacy scholarship program at the Southern Baptist school in Williamsburg in 2006, a judge ruled Thursday.
UPDATE @ 3:09:
“Once again, a court has determined that actions by Senator Williams violate the Kentucky Constitution. From the beginning, Democrats fought against this outrageous and blatantly self-serving appropriation by Senator Williams because it is unconstitutional.
“This is just another example of Senator Williams behaving as if he is not subject to the laws that every other citizen of the Commonwealth is subject to. Kentuckians deserve better.”
We’re not being flippant here, but, could someone please fill us in on which Democrats fought against the homo-hating and illegal handout for a church school? Was it anyone other than the usual four or five people in Frankfort who know how to think for themselves?