Our side won:
The Kentucky Supreme Court has ruled that a Baptist university can't keep $11 million awarded to it by Blue Grass State lawmakers nearly four years ago.
The money, $10-million for a pharmacy school and $1-million more for pharmacy scholarships, was appropriated by the legislature in 2006 to establish a pharmacy program at Cumberlands. But the appropriation violated state laws that ban public financing of "any church, sectarian, or denominational school," according to the ruling by Justice Lisabeth H. Abramson.
The gay-rights advocacy group Kentucky Fairness Alliance originally brought the case in 2006, after the University of the Cumberlands expelled Jason Johnson, a gay student, for posting comments about his sexual orientation and dating life on his MySpace page.
Everyone knows that constitutions only protect the rights of Christian, straight, white, rightwing, male natural-born citizens. That's the "literal" interpretation of such documents. Everything else is judicial activism. So obviously the judges here were just ignoring the constitution (what constitution?)....