Archive: Brad Polumbo

Economist Explains Problem With Minting $1 Trillion
Here's why the fantastical notion of a trillion-dollar coin appearing out of thin air to pay the bills is so appealing—and perilous
Brad Polumbo | October 6, 2021
San Francisco Mayor Breaking Own Mask Mandate
Mayor London Breed was just exposed—and she’s not sorry
Brad Polumbo | September 22, 2021
More Businesses Have Fled California This Year in 2020
California has regulated and taxed its once-thriving economy into a coma
Brad Polumbo | September 8, 2021
What States Leading Economic Recovery Have in Common
The 10 best and worst states paint a clear picture
Brad Polumbo | August 26, 2021
The CDC Just Proved Milton Friedman Right (Again!)
The agency's 'temporary' eviction moratorium is a ticking time bomb that's getting bigger with every delay.
Brad Polumbo | August 10, 2021
Anti-Cryptocurrency Congressman Funded by Big Banks
Guess how much money the American Bankers Association gave him
Brad Polumbo | July 15, 2021
Restaurant Apologizes to Patrons and Roasts Government
Small businesses like Taco Loco—and their customers—are suffering the consequences of big government failure
Brad Polumbo | July 13, 2021
Shoplifting Shutters Target and Walgreens in San Francisco
The city’s enforcement against shoplifters has dwindled, and these are the results
Brad Polumbo | July 6, 2021
Working Class Hurt by Lockdowns but Elites Unscathed
The picture painted by new Harvard University data is one of working-class destruction
Brad Polumbo | June 22, 2021
Governor Newsom Poses Shocking Pandemic Power Grab
He is stretching state law so far he deserves an Olympic gold medal in gymnastics
Brad Polumbo | June 17, 2021