Month: March 2018

Bob Reina – recap

When we’re young, we’re encouraged to dream and use our imaginations. For awhile, we’re told that we can be or do anything we want, as long as we don’t give up. We grow up believing anything is possible, but, once we finish school and enter the working world, that encouragement changes. Now that we’re older, […]

An Inside Look at Securus Technologies’ Wireless Containment Solution

Robert Johnson has a very interesting, and sad, story to tell. He was working as a corrections officer at a prison near his hometown. One of the main functions of his job was to search for and confiscate contraband cell phones. Contraband simply means that it is something being brought in illegally. While most people […]

How Larkin and Lacey Responded to Pardon of Apraio

Michael Lacey and Jim Larkin have been disappointed president Trump move to pardon Sheriff Joe Arpaio. They termed the sheriff as a criminal who committed a lot of mischief in his time. Lacey and Larkin commented that Arpaio should have been allowed to serve in the county of Maricopa.sheriff coordinated crimes and corruption while serving […]

Rocketship United Academy.

Rocketship United academy teachers, support staff, and leaders are dedicated to sharing gratitude. In all their operations they thrive on a positive culture. All the Rocketship United Academy have five core values and only four are mutually shared across the network. They are persistence, responsivity, respecting, and empathy. The rocketeers live with the core values […]

Sen. Gillibrand and Sen. Booker Join the Move To Reject Donations from PAC Corporates.

The ongoing trend in End Citizens United (ECU) is still blowing strong as more leaders continue to reject any funds coming from corporates with personal interests. This has been the trend in Ecu whereby Senate Democrats are pledging not to accept corporate PAC donations or rather campaign donations. Such a case happened on 13th February […]