The Huffington Post asked readers how Obama's first 100 days in office has affected their lives. Here's what they had to say:
Read Whole Story
We are happy to say that the first 15 weeks of Obama's presidency have made us proud and have fulfilled his promise of much needed change for our country.
The task awaiting Obama was massive. And yet, there is a rush to decide how he's doing after 100 days. Donnie Walsh gets two years to revive the Knicks, but the president only gets 100 days to fix the country?
Researchers are now recommending that owners and breeders of thoroughbreds consider banking the umbilical cord stem cells from prize race horses.
Under the Bush administration we lost eight years stem cell research that might have helped me. At my age I don't have those eight years to spare.
Doctors may soon be able to patch up damaged bones and joints anywhere in the body with a simple shot in the arm. ...
The president has not explained precisely why he opposes reproductive cloning. Is his opposition solely based upon the health risks of cloning techniques, or on moral grounds?
Apparently the General Assembly Democrats allowed legislation to pass BANNING state funds for embryonic stem cell research?!?!?!?!...
Just when President Obama is attempting to open the federal door on all forms of stem cell research, Texas right wing fundamentalists are trying to close the state door.
The team at Aston University created tiny bundles of cells which act like a mini nervous system.
They believe it could help find a cure for degenerati...
Why is leaving an embryo languishing in liquid nitrogen considered preserving the sanctity of human life?
If aborted fetuses prove to be a useful source of organs for transplant, we may soon have to grapple with yet another controversial and startling phenomenon: a legal market in fetal tissue and organs.
The right choice -- the only choice -- was to turn my inability to create life into the chance to save another.
Nowadays, everything is reduced to sound bites of doom and gloom. I've decided to exercise my Constitutional right to the pursuit of happiness. Here's what is making me smile these days.
Knocking down the arbitrary wall constructed by Bush will most likely subject far more labs who are obliged to reap the benefits of federal stem cell funding to a federal ethics oversight regime.
By investing and believing in innovation we will overcome our current economic woes and ensure our prosperity for decades to come.
Letters to President Obama like this one show the balance Americans can find in everything -- even science and God.
ATLANTA — A showdown is shaping up in some of the nation's most conservative states over embryonic stem cell research, as opponents draw languag...
Some complain Obama's taking on too much by including health care reform in his overall economic agenda. I think he's getting it just right.
The following is an excerpt from Lou Ruprecht's post on The Devil's Advocate, the official blog of Religion Dispatches.
The President's announcement...
The stem cell ban imposed by Bush was based on an untenable moral framework compounded by biological illiteracy and religious zeal. It might be appropriate to the Taliban but not for us.
In giving government support to promising research utilizing stem cells, President Obama has shown not just political courage, but a moral vision that resonates with deep religious reverence for life.
We no longer have the luxury of debating the profound but ultimately unanswerable questions surrounding the dignity of the embryo. The research is proceeding whether we like it or not.
Monday's White House ceremony lifting the ban on embryonic stem cell research marked a major departure from the Bush administration and a turning poin...
This conflation of science and scientists is offensive and ignorant. In my experience, no one has thought about the moral side of scientific issues more deeply than scientists.
Get top stories and blog posts emailed to me each day..