Seemed like a quiet week to me, unless I'm missing big things. Syria leads the international news, I suppose.
At home...hmmm...I wrote a lot about the Ryan budget, but I don't think it will have major consequences. Sticks a few more Members of the House with another tough vote, but they all voted for it last year, so while worth mentioning it's not exactly a big deal. I'm also a skeptic that "Etch a Sketch" will matter much, although it will likely be with us for a while, giving a name to something that people were going to be talking about anyway.
We finally got a bit of a stampede in the GOP presidential race post-Illinois. Romney was going to win anyway, but now it's less likely that he'll have to fight hard in April through June.
This was the week that the Trayvon Martin case became a major national story.
What else? What do you think mattered this week?