Better late than never, I hope:
Syria is the headline again, no? Also, I'd say that the announced decision to cut US personnel in Iraq matters. Why? It's another indication that this administration is willing to cut its losses; it doesn't allow itself to be held hostage to Friedman Units. One of the real strengths, in my view, of the Obama presidency.
The Santorum shocker on Tuesday? Hard to know whether it will wind up meaning more than what I thought on Wednesday, when I really didn't think it would matter much.
What about the birth control/Catholic Church thing? My guess is that it's a lot less important than it looks now. Surely that's true for the second half of the Komen flap. We also had two victories for marriage equality this week, with the courts coming down against California's Prop 8 and the Washington state legislature passing a law enabling same-sex marriage there.
What else? What do you think mattered this week?