Mitt Romney “showed fire, drive, energy, and a willingness to attack, and carried just about every segment of the electorate,” but that doesn’t mean his opponents are going to just hand him the nomination, says AEI’s Barone. (National Review)

“Mitt Romney can argue that winning ugly is still winning, especially in a contest he could not afford to lose. But Romney’s decisive victory in Florida came at a price. He aggravated Newt Gingrich’s hostility to him, with all the trouble that could entail, and left behind a dispirited Republican electorate in a state the GOP needs to win this fall,” writes Brookings’ E.J. Dionne. (Washington Post)

President Obama just isn’t himself these days, says Victor Davis Hanson. (National Review)

Room for Debate asks: What should Egypt’s neighbors and allies do to hasten the economic recovery and maintain stability? (New York Times)

Does President Obama’s college affordability initiative really make it more, you know, affordable? (Washington Post)

Sudan and Congo savaged as world shrugs. (USA Today)

Manhattan Institute’s Russell Sykes offers an alternative to raising New York’s minimum wage. (New York Post)