1. Obama's lucky break (Washington Post)
It's nine months until Election Day, but President Obama is already bringing out the big guns, writes Dana Milbank.
2. The Zuckerberg Tax (New York Times)
To fix a flaw in our tax system, mark-to-market taxation would require the superwealthy to pay at least a little income tax on their unsold stock shares, says David S. Miller.
3. Empowering Burma's voices of change (Politico)
After almost a half-century of military dictatorship, Burma is now sending signals that it is ready to change direction and rebuild its relationship with the United States, writes Sen. John F. Kerry.
4. Obama and Romney exhibit striking similarities (Washington Post)
The general election is shaping up as a contest between two remarkably similar men, says Ruth Marcus.
5. ObamaCare's Great Awakening (Wall Street Journal)
HHS tells religious believers to go to hell. The public notices, says this editorial.
6. All eyes on Israel: Will it act against world's best interest? (Star Tribune)
Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta is refreshingly frank, sometimes stunningly so, writes Trudy Rubin.
7. America's culture is coming apart at the seams (Chicago Tribune)
This may sound a little odd, but I believe that I need to pay more attention to white people, writes Clarence Page.
8. What Wikipedia Won't Tell You (New York Times)
Policy makers had recognized a constitutional (and economic) imperative to protect American property from theft, to shield consumers from counterfeit products and fraud, and to combat foreign criminals who exploit technology to steal American ingenuity and jobs, writes Carey H. Sherman.
9. 'Super' subliminal politics in Chrysler ad? (San Francisco Chronicle)
It would be hard to craft a more perfect soft-sell pitch for President Obama's re-election than Chrysler's "It's Halftime in America" Super Bowl spot featuring Clint Eastwood, argues this editorial.
10. Why Mitt Romney? He's ready to rebuild American success (Washington Times)
The time has come for the Republican Party to close the deal. I believe Mitt Romney is the best choice for the presidency, says Donald J. Trump.