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Tate Fegley

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Tate Fegley is Chair of Business and Economics at Montreat College and a Research Fellow at the Independent Institute. He received his Ph.D. in economics from George Mason University, and he has a B.A. in economics, B.S. in criminal justice, and M.A. in criminal justice from Boise State University. He was a Mises Institute Fellow in 2015, 2016, and 2018, and winner of the 2018 Grant Aldrich Prize for Best Graduate Student paper at the Austrian Economics Research Confernce. His CV can be found at TateFegley.com

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Are "Progressive" Prosecutors Real Reformers or Leftists Acting in Bad Faith?

AntipoliticsLegal System

09/30/2022Mises Media
The surge of "progressive" prosecutors, many funded by George Soros, has been followed by increases in violent crime.
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The Market for Security vs. the Clown World of Civil Rights

Free MarketsMedia and CultureProperty RightsStrategy

09/23/2022Mises Media
Tate Fegley joins Ryan McMaken and Tho Bishop to discuss how customers are increasingly forced to navigate their economic behavior with a business's ideological values.
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Are "Progressive" Prosecutors Real Reformers or Leftists Acting in Bad Faith?

AntipoliticsLegal SystemThe Police State

Blog09/23/2022

The surge of "progressive" prosecutors, many funded by George Soros, has been followed by increases in violent crime.

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Do Tariffs Create Prosperity? Challenging the Populist Right on Trade

Economic PolicyFree MarketsGlobal EconomyProtectionism and Free TradeWar and Foreign Policy

08/10/2022Mises Media
Populists on the right (and left) are claiming that American prosperity came about because of high protective tariffs. But political rhetoric can't replace sound economics.
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Private Property and Customer Safety: Starbucks Learns a Hard Lesson

LawMedia and CultureProperty Rights

08/07/2022Mises Media
The news that Starbucks is closing sixteen stores due to customer safety concerns exposes the lack of police protection in cities and the problems with allowing noncustomers to remain in stores.
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