Wednesday, July 10, 2013

7/10 Edwin Rubenstein,David Rubin,Kimberly Dvorak

Talkback Wednesday July 10, 2013 
Chuck Wilder Noon - 2 PM PDST

Edwin S. Rubenstein President, ESR Research, economic consultants, has 25 plus years experience in business research, financial analysis, and economics journalism.Mr. Rubenstein joined Hudson Institute, a public policy think tank headquartered in Indianapolis, as Director of Research in November 1997.   At Hudson he wrote proposals and conducted research on a wide array of topics, including workforce development, the impact of AIDS on South Africa's labor force, Boston's "Big Dig" the economic impact of transportation infrastructure, and the future of the private water industry in the U.S.  As a journalist, Mr. Rubenstein was a contributing editor at Forbes Magazine and economics editor at National Review, where his "Right Data"  column was featured for more than a decade. Mr. Rubenstein is also an adjunct fellow at the Manhattan Institute,1980 to 1986 he was senior economist at W.R. Grace & Co. where he directed studies of government waste and inefficiency for the Grace Commission.1978 to 1980 he was a municipal bond analyst for Moody's Investors Service .Author of numerous books including: The Right Data: The Conservative Guidebook to Busting Liberal Economic Myths. He is also a Contributor to"His report: Immigrant Displacement Of American Workers Reaches Record High"
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David Rubin  Author of three books, including the brand new book, PEACE FOR PEACE: ISRAEL IN THE NEW MIDDLE EAST . David is the  Former Mayor of Shiloh, Israel, and  Founder and President of SHILOH  ISRAEL  CHILDREN'S  FUND (which heals the trauma of terror victim children)  The New Book Peace For Peace is available on or by calling 1-800-431-1579. "WHAT IS REALLY HAPPENING IN EGYPT AND WHERE IS IT GOING?"

Kimberly Dvorak National Homeland Security correspondent. For the San Diego County Political Buzz Examiner. She also writes for Human Events and the Washington Guardian. Correspondent for CW News 6 in San Diego.  She has covered local, national and international news stories for more than 15 years." Her report :Details of Reporter Hastings' Death Remain Elusive " ( ( (
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