Securus Technologies, Inc. to Acquire JPay Inc.

Securus Technologies Company and JPay are teaming up to form a force for good. The two companies are combining to provide the ultimate platform for digitized entertainment, communications, payments, and education to the correctional space.

 

Securus Technologies Company is announcing today that it has signed a memorandum of purchase with JPay, Inc. this is a definitive Stock Agreement Purchase to acquire the company. JPay is one of the leading technology companies in the correctional space that offers digital payments as their biggest product. The company introduced automatic email, payments, and the host of educational and entertainment applications to the correctional market. The company has its operations in more than 33 correctional facilities in the United States.

 

The Chief Executive Officer of Securus Technologies Company, Rick Smith, says that this transaction will propel Securus Technologies Company to become one of the fastest growing technology companies in the correctional industry. For the company, the inclusion of JPay into their system means the production of different services into their system. For this reason, the company will increase their addressable market. The company will offer the software-based solutions to the inmates. According to the Chief Executive Officer of Securus Technologies Company, the company has been admiring the services provided by JPay.

 

 

According to the President of JPay, the company has always wanted to expand their footprint. For this reason, the opportunity presented to them through the acquisition as one of the best ways form a better community. The main focus of the company is to develop high-end products that gain attraction on a massive scale. He is thrilled to combine this team as the most presentable gift to Securus Technologies Company.

Glen Beck Uses His Talent For “Media Mud Slinging” on George Soros

Somehow, it doesn’t seem fair that a media giant like Fox News, and one of its super stars (Glen Beck) is allowed to go to such lengths to publicly trash a man’s reputation without fear of consequences. While the one being set upon (George Soros) by media wolves is left defenseless with no equal air-time for his views unless he pays for it himself. Beck is a master at what he does, and he used his considerable skill in an all-out effort to paint George Soros with the nasty brush of innuendo.

Being a teenager in the days of the holocaust, the childhood of George Soros wasn’t an easy one. Forced to deny his own heritage just to stay alive among people hungry for Jewish blood was a hard necessity, not a desire, and yet Beck wasn’t willing to let it go at that. Could it be that politics and money are the real issue here and not the past?

Beck was very careful not to say anything that would get him sued, but nonetheless, outright lies whether spoken or inferred are still lies. The thing about lying is that the more public a life one has, the less chance you have of covering mistakes, and Beck should have known better. The only speck of truth in the entire 3-hour program was that “The World According to Soros” was printed in the The New Yorker. Dragging a man through the coals as Beck did George Soros by manipulating information to suit his story, well, that should have been forbidden by Fox instead of encouraged. But then, doing that wouldn’t have made a story worth 3-hours of air time.

In 1956 Soros took a job on Wall Street and put his talent for making money to use. George Soros made a billionaire of himself through currency and stock speculation then proceeded to fund civil movements in the Soviet bloc. It is said that as a private citizen, George Soros has done more than anyone to eradicate communism and his love of democracy continues to show in his efforts to help democratic causes all over the world. Yet none of this was mentioned in Beck’s program, and one has to wonder, why not?

After Beck’s program aired, many stepped forward to denounce it, and among them was the Anti-Defamation League. When an organization like that steps forward to complain, it makes one wonder. What were Beck and Fox thinking, did they do any research at all before they drafted the script for the special? Or, didn’t they think they needed to at least stay close to the truth? Apparently not. Maybe now Fox and Beck both realize that skipping the research didn’t do their reputations a lot of good.

It may have upped the ratings for one night, but when the truth comes out in a situation like this, all it does is make people angry at being misdirected.

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