I was really psyched to see C. Ben Mitchell on one of the panels speaking before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee on the health care mandate. Besides having a long list of qualifications, he's also a Colson Center Fellow.
Along with Ben Mitchell, I would have loved to have seen women like Paige Cunningham, executive director of the Center for Bioethics and Human Dignity, or Jennifer Lahl, the founder and president of The Center for Bioethics and Culture Network sitting amongst the men in panel one. (There are plenty of other women who are experts in the field of bioethics as well.)
Once again, Gina Dalfonzo hits the proverbial nail squarely on the head in her Christianity Today article, "Erasing Women." There were women on the second panel that spoke. However, in future -- although pro-abortion strategists would still find a way to distract attention from the real story -- pro-life advocates ought to tighten their strategy by ensuring that a woman is on each panel.