Pennsylvania Union Bosses Fear the Freedom Foundation — As They Should

Pennsylvania Union Bosses Fear the Freedom Foundation — As They Should

Pennsylvania Union Bosses Fear the Freedom Foundation — As They Should

About a week ago, the Freedom Foundation team in Pennsylvania was tipped off that a local teachers’ union in Bucks County, Pa., was circulating an email among its Council Rock Education Association (CREA) members.

The message, attributed to CREA President Mark Dolan, came in direct response to the Freedom Foundation.

 “All of you should have received at least one solicitation this summer,” Dolan wrote. “Please ignore it. They do not have your best interests at heart.”

He continued, “Teaching is, and has always been, a political job. If you don’t believe this to be true, someone did you great disservice. There is no avoiding the politics of teaching; participating in OptOutToday brings you closer to the center of the political quagmire that is teaching.”

Union bosses like Mark Dolan, are being deliberately dishonest with their members. They have to be because they’re desperate. He concedes the point in his own email, noting that his theme for this school year is “Membership in Crisis.”

The Freedom Foundation exposes these radicals for who they really are, and teachers and school employees are taking notice. Since beginning operations in the Keystone State two years ago, we’ve cost public unions over $2 million in lost dues.

That’s money union bosses will never see again, and they’re freaking out over the future of not being able to order school boards and politicians to do their bidding anymore.

On top of our door-to-door canvassing and emails, we’ve already sent out more than 300,000 mail pieces informing public union members of what their union bosses have been doing with their money.

Our methods are clearly working. The Freedom Foundation proudly stands with the teachers, school employees, parents and children who’ve had enough of this political theater for the past 16 months and are ready to take action and move forward without radical ideas influencing the classroom setting.

East Coast Director
Hunter Tower was hired as the Pennsylvania Director for the Freedom Foundation in March 2020 and now serves as the East Coast Director. Hunter has previously served as Executive Director of the Republican Committee of Lancaster County and as a Field Director with the PAGOP. He has also served as a Campaign Manager for a State Representative race in Connecticut and has lobbied Congress on behalf of his Fraternity (Theta Chi) and the Fraternal Government Relations Coalition (FGRC) to pass the Collegiate Housing and Infrastructure Act (CHIA). Hunter has been featured in many outlets across the East Coast and the nation such as RealClearPolicy, RedState, Center Square, Broad + Liberty, Penn Live, City & State, and Lincoln Radio Journal. He’s a member and Parliamentarian of the Pennsylvania Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. He has facilitated several national and regional events for his Fraternity, is a charter member of his local Rotary Club, a Kentucky Colonel, and a former member of Kennett Township (PA) Zoning Hearing Board. Hunter’s family has a long history in politics beginning with Charlemagne Tower Jr., who served as Minister to Austria-Hungary (1897–1899) for President William McKinley before being transferred to Russia as Ambassador (1899–1902). Following his post in St. Petersburg, Charlemagne served as Ambassador to Germany from 1902 to 1908 under President Theodore Roosevelt. Tower City in Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania is named after his father, Charlemagne Tower, as is Tower, Minnesota, and Tower City, North Dakota. Hunter’s cousin, former United States Senator John G. Tower (R-Texas), served 24 years in the Senate and was George H.W. Bush’s first nominee for Secretary of Defense. Hunter’s late father, John W. Tower, was President Richard Nixon’s aide at the 1972 RNC in Florida with Alexander Haig’s son, worked with the Reagan Administration in the 1980s, and was a lobbyist in Washington, DC as President of American Strategy Group. Hunter is a graduate of Widener University in Chester, PA with a B.A. in Political Science. Hunter and his wife reside in Pennsylvania, with their two children and two rescue dogs.