• Strongsville teacher’s union intimidation reaches new low

    by  • March 8, 2013 • Uncategorized

    Wednesday, we told you about the deplorable and sometimes dangerous behavior being exhibited by the Strongsville Education Association in their strike against the Strongsville City Schools. Apparently screaming vulgarities in substitutes faces and blocking parents from entering the schools wasn’t enough harassment for them.

    Now they’ve taken to going to other cities, targeting individual substitute teachers and plastering their personal information on their neighbor’s houses. From Fox 8 News in Cleveland:

    PARMA, Ohio — The teachers strike is now in its fourth day and the ramifications of it are being felt outside of Strongsville.

    “I got a letter about four in the afternoon Wednesday,” said Dan Dubecky, of Parma.

    Dubecky was surprised to see a pink letter in his door.

    “It starts off by saying, ‘Do you know a scab lives in your neighborhood?’ It gives the gentleman’s name, his address, his telephone number, personal information. And then it says, ‘Why is he a scab?’ And it talks about him crossing the picket line in Strongsville,” said Dubecky.

    Right now, nearly 400 teachers and school employees are on strike.

    “When I walked down my street, it looks like everybody has one,” said Dubecky of the flyers.

    Dubecky said he understands the passion behind the strike but thinks that outing the subs is dangerous.
    “Who knows what this guy will go through? I don’t know him or his circumstances, but I’m sure he’s just a guy trying to work,” said Dubecky.


    Below is a photo of the flyer apparently distributed by the teachers union.


    The teachers union in Strongsville is showing their city, and their students, their true colors. And it isn’t pretty.


    I was born and raised in Ohio. After growing up in the Columbus area, I moved to Cleveland to study at Case Western Reserve University, and have lived in Northeast Ohio ever since. I live in Wellington with my wife and son. I work in the private sector and have never worked in the political field.