The Week in Pictures: Devious Davos Edition

It’s that time of year again: the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Festivus for the global elite. Think of it at the anti-Mont Pelerin (site of the 1947 meeting that launched the movement against international socialism), and ask yourself which movement rooted in a Swiss mountain location has done the most good for the world. Cue your best shots at puffed up posers like Klaus Schwab, and ask yourself why there aren’t massive protests under the slogan, “Down with the Davoisie!” Finally, I didn’t think any institution could be having a worse patch righty now than higher education. But I underestimated the capacities (or lack thereof) of the Dallas Cowboys.

How awesome is this guy? That’s Hayek’s “Individualism and the Economic Order” tucked under his arm, which is like garlic to a vampire in Davos. (And he flew to Davos on a commercial passenger flight.)

Speaking of morons. . .

Someone on the White House advance team is getting yelled at today for not thinking through how this visual would turn out.

Seen, last week on the road in (checks notes). . . California! This guy has it figured out.

Headlines of the week:

Gee—I wonder if it’s something they did wrong.

So can heavy smoking.

The greatest golf pic ever?

This video game I would play. . . if I could understand it.

And finally. . . the new Miss America, Madison Marsh, may not have the usual firearm, but a jet fighter qualifies:

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