The Los Angeles Times reports that Rupert Murdoch is set to sell the Weekly Standard to Philip Anschutz.
On Spiked, Tim Black says that the Tube workers have struck a welcome blow against the new puritanism.
Tom Streithorst explains why Hyman Minsky, namechecked in Paul Krugman's final LSE lecture, is one of the few credible economists left.
The Scotsman reports that Gordon Brown is warming to a proposal for over half of Scottish income tax revenues to be handed to the devolved government.
Salon's Robert Reich punctures the myth of unmangeable public debt.