Month: February 2018

Securus Technologies’ Commitment to Groundbreaking Technological Solutions

In recent years, there has been an increase in crimes and violence coordinated from correction facilities. The inmates use contraband cell phones to send instructions and hence a need to control them. Robert Johnson is a Securus Technologies consultant who works towards keeping cell phones away from the incarcerated. He has worked with Lee Correctional

End Citizens United Looks to Lamb

     Pennsylvania’s 18th congressional district is a heavily red area–thanks in large part due to gerrymandering. It is heavily Trump country with him having taken the district by 20 points in 2016. However, one candidate is giving the political action committee (PAC) End Citizens United hope for the upcoming special election set for March 13.

Daniel Taud: From Activist to Ambassador

Daniel Taub is an Israeli representative, world-wide legal counselor and author of British origin, who filled in as Israel’s Ambassador to the United Kingdom between 2011 and 2015. He is executive director of planning at the Yad Hanadiv Foundation in Jerusalem. He was employed as a combat medical advisor in the Israel Defense Forces, as

American Institute of Architects Takes On New Roles

     The American Institute of Architects (AIA) is proud to cover a wider territory than just architecture and design. Social issues and public health now top their list, too. Under the leadership of Robert Ivy, who assumed the role of Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer in 2011, the American Institute of Architects aims