Archive: Brad Polumbo

Rampant Fraud Exposed Plaguing Stimulus Program
Yet free-spending leaders in Congress are looking to spend trillions more
Brad Polumbo | November 16, 2020
Andrew Cuomo’s NYC COVID Shutdown Makes No Sense
Governor Cuomo has evidently not learned anything from his earlier hubris and misjudgment
Brad Polumbo | November 16, 2020
Trump’s Trade Wars Failed to Restore Manufacturing Jobs
New analysis shows the tariffs helped some manufacturers by hurting others, for a net loss
Brad Polumbo | November 7, 2020
$19 Billion Wasted in Afghanistan Nation-Building
A new report offers a glimpse into one of America's many vastly expensive and failed projects
Brad Polumbo | October 27, 2020
Big Tech’s Problem with the NY Post Hunter Biden
Silicon Valley Tried to censor the NY Post’s Hunter Biden story, instead they the Streisand Effect
Brad Polumbo | October 26, 2020
National Debt Will Explode Under Biden or Trump
A new report shows the national debt just keeps getting worse. There’s only one way to get us out of this mess
Brad Polumbo | October 12, 2020
Unrest After Breonna Taylor Decision Sabotages Progress
An abundance of research shows that violent protest only undermines a cause in the eyes of the public
Brad Polumbo | October 2, 2020
Kenosha Riots Hit Minority Communities Hardest
Callous disregard of property rights creates long-term instability that scares away business investment and reduces economic opportunity
Brad Polumbo | September 15, 2020
Four Unintended Consequences of the Lockdowns
No matter how smart or well-intentioned the lockdowns are, life-threatening mistakes have been made
Brad Polumbo | August 25, 2020
Violence in Portland Is Not ‘Just Property Damage’
Property rights are human rights, and we discard them at our own peril
Brad Polumbo | August 3, 2020