Page said on Oct. Louis County police Sgt. Keith Wildhaber leaves county court on Oct. Louis County police. Gender discrimination is prohibited under state law. The jury sided with Wildhaber. Louis and other cities are casting around for other ways to stem the tide of blood. GOP Gov. Mike Parson, to his credit, has agreed to help push limited legislation that could keep guns away from minors and domestic abusers.
Still, anything is better than nothing. This year, more than a dozen of the victims have been minors. The system is so permissive that it makes it difficult for St. Louis police to legally confront gunmen until they start shooting. Even as the Missouri GOP has put our state at the front lines of the national abortion debate, demanding protection for the unborn, it continues to allow a tide of unregulated guns to engulf our cities, killing the recently born and tying the hands of our local officials to do anything about it.
The mayors are also pushing for increased funding for witness-protection programs, which could help police get to the bottom of more shootings. Louis desperately needs to address this crisis. Children are dying. Not only could these men and women specifically and correctly enunciate terms, names and concepts, they also had clear memories tied to proof and reality about who said what, when and where it was said, and what those people meant.
These people, professionals all, said in calm, clear words more than the politicians who yelled, ranted and raged about in these hearings. These people are the true adults in the room serving the nation, despite the bitter partisan tactics used by their duly elected representatives.
These professionals restored my faith in our form of government with their judgment, communication skills and knowledge. What a sad thought I had recently: Should I order a political sign to put in my yard? This is what our politics has done to our peace of mind and our ability to express our opinions without retaliation.
Democrats take process seriously; GOP mocks it as joke I hope many people watched the impeachment hearings. The Democrats are calm and reasonable as they seek the truth, pointing out what needs to be as they try to stay on topic. Am I the only one who saw the impeachment hearings as Democrats trying to solve problems and Republicans not accepting the constitutional process of impeachment to be valid at all?
Not one Republican seemed to ask for facts on whether President Donald Trump was involved in bribing the Ukrainians by withholding aid. Instead, they brought up Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton while calling the hearing a dog-and-pony show. It is also disheartening to turn on Fox News and listen to hour after hour of attacks against the Democratic Party. What could be fair and balanced about that? Not one American wants to see taxpayer money favoring one party over another.
Democracy and our republic must stand, so the rest of the world may hope for justice. Let us unite and find justice, both Republicans and Democrats. We want the same things in our leaders: truth and justice. One party should not be bad and the other good. Thinking like that divides us when we need to be together. Louis County. His accomplishments in changing America are unparalleled.
Consider these presidential firsts: He corrected the electoral process by proving the election was rigged and that fraudulent votes were cast for Hillary Clinton.
He treated immigrants with appropriate disdain while restricting their due process rights. He has taken money from governors and foreign officials staying at his hotels. He offered to host the G-7 summit at his resort. He sided with Russia against his own intelligence services.
He praised dictator Kim Jong Un who has subjected his people to crushing poverty and famine. He held up his National Security Council professional staff to public ridicule. He pressured the elected leader of a foreign nation to collect dirt on a political opponent. What other president has accomplished all this? The answer is simple: no president, ever. What remarkable accomplishments. I mean president. Josh Hawley supported Senate Res. We can head into a season of feasting, knowing that he has taken a stand to help mothers and baHawley bies around the world suffering from malnutrition.
Almost half of all deaths in children under age 5 are linked to some form of malnutrition. I thank the senator for listening to his constituents and non-profit organizations devoted to fighting malnutrition and poverty around the world. Roy Blunt should join his colleague and show leadership by supporting this bi-partisan resolution. Louis MO letters post-dispatch. Please include your name, address and phone number. All letters are subject to editing.
Writers usually will not be published more than once every 60 days. Supreme Court to require Missouri to continue funding school integration. Access the full item at stltoday. Good intentions, harmful outcomes code enforcement was part of the draw, part of why Ferguson became a destination suburb for successful African Americans and a majority African American city. Ferguson was forced to change its occupancy permit requirements and could no longer coordinate police and code enforcement.
Ferguson was no longer allowed to jail recalcitrant landlords, and fines were significantly reduced. The consent decree stripped Ferguson of many of the tools it used to keep its neighborhoods nice. The consent decree has been in force for three years, and its impact is clear.
The creeping blight that undermined many of the surrounding communities has appeared in Ferguson. If you drive through parts of Ferguson, you will see rundown, poorly maintained houses, some boarded up. Ferguson is hurting. When the Fair Housing Act invalidated racially restrictive housing covenants, many communities responded with a new wave of occupancy and property-maintenance requirements.
It was a subtle way of institutionalizing racial segregation. The city absolutely had a reputation for strict enforcement of housing codes, but there was no suggestion that Ferguson was applying housing codes in a discriminatory manner.
But it turns out there are plenty of middle class African Americans just as obsessed with their lawns and property values as white residents.
The blight is concentrated in the less expensive, primarily African American neighborhoods. This is the irony of the changes the Justice Department forced on Ferguson.
One of our legacies of racism is the significant disparity in wealth between white and African American families. For most Americans, their wealth is their home equity. All residents of a neighborhood have to maintain their property for values to rise. A few decrepit properties can become a cancer, causing appraisers to lower values and dissuading people from buying houses in the neighborhood.
Now, the consent decree keeps Ferguson from being able to fight creeping blight. American neighborhoods have seen their home equity, and yes their quality of life, decline. Many are underwater on their mortgages and not able to move.
When the consent decree initially came up for a vote, every Ferguson councilperson, African American and white, voted against signing — it was that potentially damaging to the city. We are there. Improved police transparency has made Ferguson a better city. But the part of the decree that dealt with housing is causing significant harm to the city and its residents. Ferguson is hoping the Justice Department lives up to its word and allows the consent decree to be modified to address this harm.
Blake Ashby is an entrepreneur living in Ferguson. Why did it take so long for insiders to speak up? Anyone with information no longer has option of silence. But the truth is that they should have come forward long ago, rather than wait for a crisis or a subpoena to compel them to speak. One wonders when they ever did share such an understanding. Thanks to Trump, we are now a nation that gives special treatment to criminal soldiers.
Was this really his first inkling that Trump lacked a moral center? Was it his first hint that Trump was unfit to be commander in chief? If not, why did he remain silent? I could ask the same questions about the other witnesses who have testified in the impeachment inquiry. I applaud their willingness to appear despite orders from the Trump administration not to do so. I appreciate their care in keeping records of the events and conversations they describe.
I salute their candor. But I wonder why it took a still-anonymous whistleblower to launch the process of holding Trump accountable. I wonder why it took so long for administration insiders to begin telling us what they know. And I wonder about all of those who have yet to speak. I mean Bolton, for one. We know from press reports that he has signed a big-money book deal, presumably a tellall account of his time in the. Trump White House. How can he, in conscience, refuse to share whatever pertinent information he has with the impeachment inquiry?
Does he really want his legacy to be that he cared more about selling books and raking in big speaking fees than about serving the nation? There is no shortage of onetime administration officials who hint darkly at the danger Trump poses to our national security — former chief of staff John Kelly, former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, former Defense Secretary Jim Mattis — yet refuse to speak plainly.
Are they afraid of Trump, for some reason? Do they feel some sense of loyalty to a man who obviously has no loyalty to them? Literally from Day One, when former press secretary Sean Spicer was sent out to lie about the inaugural crowd size, working for the Trump administration has been a moral slippery slope. I applaud the desire of officials to serve their country, and I believe I understand how they could rationalize staying on as Trump repeatedly betrayed American values.
Without them, perhaps, the betrayals would have been worse. But their duty was always to the Constitution, not to Donald J. Whether present or former officials like it or not, Trump is now the subject of an impeachment inquiry. The stakes for our democracy could not be higher. Refusing to testify or speak publicly may not violate any law. But history, I am quite sure, will take a much harsher view. Eugene Robinson eugenerobinson washpost.
Well, they should figure it out among themselves. The most successful intelligence operations are not only destructive but deniable. How does Putin measure his success? Well, there is the July 25 call between the presidents of America and Ukraine in which Donald Trump regurgitated the fabricated Russian charge. That was quite a coup. And then there is the case of Sen. John Neely Kennedy, R-La. We know that Russian military intelligence broke into Democratic Party computers and stole damaging information.
We know this information was selectively revealed to bloggers, political operatives and the media, with the goal of harming Democratic candidates including Hillary Clinton. We know that Russian agents hacked state election boards, and weaponized social media to feed American social divisions.
The president clearly views any admission that Russia aided his victory as a concession of electoral illegitimacy. But this comes in the context of a broader deference to Russian influence in Ukraine, the rest of Europe and the Middle East that indicates some deeper motive. Or is some private interest at work? Politicians such as Kennedy must know the truth about Russian aggression.
But still they choose to suck up to the president by reflecting his manias and sharing his blind spots. Loyalty to Trump among Republicans is proved by the loosening of all other loyalties — to truth, to honesty and to the national good. By this measure, Kennedy is profoundly loyal to the president.
Whatever the reasons, the results have been galling. The infrastructure of American democracy was essentially bombed by a foreign power. And the president has responded by giving the attacker an alibi. Success in the Cold War eventually required seriousness about Soviet aims — particularly its desire to dominate its neighbors, to sow discord and chaos in the democratic West, and to exercise global influence at American expense.
While Russia has become more frankly tsarist in political orientation, these goals have remained the same — to dominate neighbors such as Ukraine, to sow chaos in American and European elections, and to contest American influence in regions across the world. Now, however, it is portions of the right that downplay Russian influence and suppress evidence of Russian crimes. And for what? To serve the endless vanity of our own bargain-basement Putin. Of all the flips by the GOP in the Trump era, this ranks among the most extraordinary.
And disappointing. And disgraceful. The accommodation of Russian aggression serves as an embossed, White House invitation for future interference. And it reveals a Republican administration and party determined to end, not with a bang, but a simper. Michael Gerson michaelgerson washpost. Mass of Christian Burial Sat. Private burial. For info www. Asleep in Jesus Sunday, November 24, Isaiah - "But those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength.
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The enzyme-free detection of glucose is associated with several advantages such as fabrication and storage conditions that are cheap and simple, no enzyme denaturation and degradation, and the sensors have more stability towards higher temperatures, pH and more resistance to toxic chemicals which could reduce the working performance of enzyme-based glucose sensors [ 39 , 40 ].
Non-enzymatic glucose sensors have been fabricated using different nanomaterials, including metals and metal oxides such as Pt [ 30 ], Cu 2 O [ 41 ], RuO 2 [ 42 ], NiO [ 43 — 45 ], Co 3 O 4 [ 46 ], MnO 2 [ 47 ] and CuO nanoparticle-modified carbon nanotube electrodes [ 48 ].
Among these nanomaterials, copper and copper oxide-based electrodes for the sensing of glucose are largely used because of the direct electro-oxidation of glucose on the copper and CuO which is further increased by the multi electron oxidation by the surface oxide layer [ 49 ].
The copper and CuO nanomaterials are cost effective, non-toxic in some cases, and simple to synthesize. They possess high specific capacitance, and hence are considered suitable materials for the sensing of glucose. The morphology has a large impact on the catalytic properties of copper and CuO nanomaterials, Compton et al.
Recently, several morphologies of copper and CuO have been synthesized and potentially applied for the electrochemical and catalytic purposes [ 51 ], however morphologies with enhanced catalytic performance are still needed. In the present work, a novel CuO morphology was synthesized in a highly alkaline medium and the resulting novel CuO nanostructures were used for the development of an enzyme-free glucose sensor.
The non-enzymatic glucose sensor based on these novel CuO nanosheets is highly sensitive, selective, stable and reproducible. Copper nitrate hemipentahydrate, hexamethylenetetramine, D-glucose, ascorbic acid, uric acid, fructose, dopamine, ammonia solution, nitric acid, were purchased from Sigma Aldrich Stockholm, Sweden. All other chemicals used were of analytical grade. The gold layer on the glass substrate was deposited according to our reported work [ 52 ]. CuO nanostructures were grown on the gold layer-coated glass substrate by a hydrothermal growth technique and the growth process was as follows: the gold coated glass substrate was washed with isopropanol in an ultrasonic bath for 10 min and cleaned with deionized water and subsequently dried with a flow of air at room temperature.
The growth solution was prepared by mixing equimolar concentrations of copper nitrate hemipentahydrate and hexamethylenetetramine in mL of the deionized water. The pH 11 of growth solution was adjusted by using 0. The structural characterization was carried using scanning electron microscopy and X-ray differaction techniques.
For the measurement of electrochemical responses, CuO nanostructures were used as working electrode, platinum wire as counter electrode and silver-silver chloride as reference electrode by using the potentiostat. All the glucose sensing experiments were performed at room temperature and in alkaline 0. The synthesized CuO nanosheets are purely composed of monoclinic crystalline phase and the obtained diffraction peaks are in accordance with the reported standard JCPDS card no: Meanwhile no other diffraction peaks for impurities are detected, which confirms the high purity of the as-synthesized CuO nanosheets in the present study.
Scanning electron microscopy was used for the study of the morphology of the prepared CuO nanostructures. It can be inferred that the nanostructures appeared like as interconnected nanosheets having an average thickness of 10—20 nm. The high magnification SEM image clearly shows the interconnection of several nanosheets of CuO as shown in Figure 2 b. The CuO nanostructures obtained in the growth solution of pH 11 could be due to higher concentration of hydroxide ions in the growth solution which improved the speed of the formation process of nanosheets by providing plenty of growth nuclei for the CuO nanomaterial.
This process of aggregation of opposite charges ends with the formation of CuO nanomaterial. The obtained information indicates that NH 3. H 2 O has a significant influence on the morphology, number of nuclei of CuO and the connectivity of various nanosheets.
Figure 3 a shows the combined XPS spectrum for the elements present in the prepared sample and it can be inferred those three distinct peaks at Moreover, the measured peaks at In the O 1 s spectrum, two peaks have been observed which can be assigned to the O 2- in CuO at For Cu 2p, the measured peak at In addition to this, two shake up peaks demonstrate the formation of CuO compound on the gold coated glass substrate by the hydrothermal method as shown in Figure 3 c.
In order to obtain a better understanding of the oxidation process the voltametric response CVs as a function of the scan rate was investigated. As it can be seen the sensor electrode showed linear response with the square root of the scan rates Figure 4 which indicates that the process is diffusion dependent. Calibration curve of the current versus different scan rate measured in 1.
The cyclic voltametric response of the CuO nanosheet-based electrode for different glucose concentrations is shown in Figure 5. As it can be seen from this figure, the addition of increasing concentrations of glucose in the electrolyte solution 0. The amperometric detection of glucose oxidation was studied at the applied potential of 0. It can be observed that the amperometric response was found to be linear for the 5.
The calibration curve of the proposed CuO nanosheets based sensor is shown in Figure 6 a and the measured sensitivity and a correlation coefficient are in order of 5. Alinejad, A. Youssefi, and M. Comini, G. Faglia, G. Sberveglieri, Z. Pan, and Z. Kolmakov, Y. Zhang, G. Cheng, and M. Kolmakov, D. Klenov, Y. Lilach, S. Stemmer, and M. View at: Google Scholar E.
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In all these examples, gc should be regarded as a unit conversion factor. It is frequently not written explicitly in engineering equations. However, its use is required to produce a consistent set of units. If the problem is presented in USCS units, it may be necessary to use the constant gc in the equation to have a consistent set of units. Appleton-Century Co. The element aij refers to row i and column j. Transpose The matrix B is the transpose of the matrix A if each entry bji in B is the same as the entry aij in A and conversely.
The dot product is a scalar product and represents the projection of B onto A times A. In any determinant, the minor of a given element is the determinant that remains after all of the elements are struck out that lie in the same row and in the same column as the given element.
Consider an element which lies in the jth column and the ith row. If n is greater than 1, the value of a determinant of order n is the sum of the n products formed by multiplying each element of some specified row or column by its cofactor.
This sum is called the expansion of the determinant [according to the elements of the specified row or column ]. If the differences are equal, the series is arithmetic. The first term is a. The common difference is d. The number of terms is n. The last or nth term is l. The sum of n terms is S. If the quotients are equal, the series is geometric.
The common ratio is r. Properties of Series n! Two power series may be added, subtracted, or multiplied, and the resulting series in each case is convergent, at least, in the interval common to the two series. Using the process of long division as for polynomials , two power series may be divided one by the other within their common interval of convergence.
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