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Salena Zito: For Dave McCormick, It All Began in Humble Bloomsburg

There are two things you quickly learn about Dave McCormick after a few days in his hometown: His friends, coaches, parents and acquaintances are still as competitive as they were 30 years ago, and they all still challenge each other to do better […]

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McCormick Brings in Groundbreaking $6.4 Million in Fourth Quarter 

PITTSBURGH, PENN. — Dave McCormick raised $5.4 million from over 15,000 individual donors and invested an additional one million dollars in his first quarter as a 2024 Senate candidate, making for a groundbreaking haul. McCormick’s quarter beats any of Bob Casey’s fundraising quarters in 18 years and is among the largest first quarters ever for a […]

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Joe Biden and Bob Casey Fail the Israel Test

You could hear the demented joy through the phone. A young man standing in the Mefalsim kibbutz called his parents back in Gaza to brag about murdering 10 Jews on Oct. 7. They were elated. That was but one episode in a gut-wrenching 47-minute compilation of recordings and videos from that horrific day that I watched in a Tel Aviv hospital during a recent trip with my wife, Dina, to Israel.

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Systemic Risk: The Chinese Communist Party’s Threat to U.S. Financial Stability

Written Testimony of David H. McCormick Submitted to the U.S. House Select Committee on the Strategic Competition Between the United States and the Chinese Communist PartyHearing on “Systemic Risk: The Chinese Communist Party’s Threat to U.S. Financial Stability”

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The Military Recruitment Crisis Is a Symptom of Cultural Rot

America’s cultural cancer manifests itself in many ways, but no symptom is more telling than our low military recruitment. Last year the Army hit only 75% of its recruiting target, while other services had to scramble to meet theirs.

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China has a plan to lead the world. What’s ours?

After leaving the Army in 1992, I took an eight-month trip around the world. Along the way, I read Paul Theroux’s Riding the Iron Rooster, cataloging his journeys on the “Iron Rooster”

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A Battle Plan for American Renewal

On May 17, 2022, a record turnout of roughly 1.35 million Pennsylvanians cast their votes in the Republican Senate primary – one of the most watched elections in the country. It was a beautiful day in Pittsburgh.

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