A Worldview of Sorts 

The county commission's conservatives explain their motives in trying to strip Mayor Luttrell's budget.

The suburban conservatives on the Shelby County Commission do not quite have what the German academics of the 19th century called a "Weltanschauung" (loosely translated: a "worldview"), but they are on the way to developing one. Midway through a lengthy debate Monday…

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