Robert Gore

About me

I recently published my first historical novel, The Golden Pinnacle. Set in Industrial Revolution America, it is the story of rags-to-riches Wall Street financier Daniel Durand and his family. Kirkus Reviews hailed it as, “A historical novel as grand and ambitious as the characters and eras it portrays.”
For further information, see the website thegoldenpinnacle.com. My website and blog are at straightlinelogic.com. I live in Albuquerque, New Mexico with my wife and son. Further biographical information can be found at either website on the “About Robert Gore” tabs.

From my website

From Robert Higgs (born 1944), American economic historian and economist: Government as we now know it in the USA and other economically advanced countries is so manifestly horrifying, so corrupt, counterproductive, and outright vicious, that one might well wonder how it … Continue reading →

Mauled by Peso Crash and Inflation, Mexico to Cut its Dependence on US Food Producers, by Don Quijones

Mexican economic crises have had global spillover effects in the past, so SLL is watching the current problems besetting the Mexicans and their economy closely. From Don Quijones at wolfstreet.com: It’s not all NAFTA’s fault, however. The price of tortilla, … Continue reading →

California’s bullet train is hurtling toward a multibillion-dollar overrun, a confidential federal report warns, by Ralph Vartebedian

The California bullet train never made much sense, and makes even less sense now that huge (and completely predictable) cost overruns are in prospect. You’ve gotta wonder how much longer the Golden State can continue to defy economic gravity as … Continue reading →

 
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