Thursday, June 23, 2016


It's that time of year again.  Nebraska Taxpayers for Freedom again will protest the treatment of taxpayers by officeholders in Nebraska and Congress.  "We continue to protest against taxes and illegal immigration," said Doug Kagan, NTF president, "because elected officeholders continue to anger us with high taxes, higher debt, excessive spending, burdensome regulations on businesses, and undeserved privileges for illegal aliens."  With themes of " No Taxation without Representation" and "No Illegal Immigration without Representation," taxpayers will rally on Saturday, July 2, at Walnut Grove Park, 150th & Q Streets, Omaha, from 1 PM to 4 PM. 

Keynote speakers will be Att.-Gen. Doug Peterson, Omaha Mayor Jean Stothert, 2nd District congressional candidate Don Bacon on taxes, and Dr. Mark Christian on Muslim immigration.  Those attending can visit and meet with conservative state and local candidates and officeholders. 

Our tea party also will feature patriotic music, contests, drawings for prizes, and a Liberty Tree.  Please join us on Saturday, July 2 with your family, friends, and neighbors. 

Monday, June 13, 2016


Bring neighbors and attend our NE Taxpayers for Freedom meeting on Wed. June 22, 6:30 PM at Millard Library, 132nd & Westwood Ln., Omaha.  Douglas County Clerk Dan Esch and a certified appraiser will give you tips and written instructions on how to protest the higher valuation on your home.  Remember that property taxes base on valuation, so the higher your valuation, the more property tax you will pay.  

Saturday, May 14, 2016


Worried about your property valuation skyrocketing, which would raise your taxes? Bring neighbors & attend the NE Taxpayers for Freedom town hall meeting Wed. May 18, 7 PM at Millard Library, Omaha. County Commissioners P.J. Morgan & Mike Boyle, plus County Clerk Jim Esch will discuss how taxpayers can help them appeal the Tax Equalization Review Comm. arbitrarily raising property valuations 7% in Omaha and Douglas County generally west of 72nd Street. Don't just get angry, get active!

Thursday, April 14, 2016


Battle for Congress!  NE Taxpayers for Freedom will host a dual speaking engagement by the 2 conservatives running for Congress in the 2nd District against liberal Brad Ashford.  Bring family, friends, and neighbors to hear these 2 candidates publicize their positions on taxes, spending, government regulation, and other crucial issues.  Wed. April 20, 6:30 PM, Millard Library, 132nd & Westwood Ln., Omaha.  And join our NTF Congress Watch Project to lobby and monitor our Capitol Hill delegation.  Email for further details.

Friday, April 08, 2016


People are angry about high taxes, trillions of dollars in debt and deficits, excessive government spending, and burdensome regulations.  Nebraska Taxpayers for Freedom will sponsor its annual Tax Day Tea Party on Saturday, April 23, from 1 PM to 4 PM at Walnut Grove Park, 150th & Q Streets, Omaha.  The theme is "Taxed to the Max."  Keynote speakers include Gov. Pete Ricketts, Omaha Mayor Jean Stothert, and state and local conservative candidates.  Our tea party also will feature patriotic music, contests, drawings for prizes, a Liberty Tree, tables loaded with conservative and Tea Party materials, and cookies and bottled water.  Bring family, friends, and neighbors!

Thursday, March 03, 2016


Nebraska Taxpayers for Freedom will sponsor 2 free campaign workshops for conservatives on Monday, March 21 and Monday, March 28.  Both of these workshops will be held at 2819 South 125 Ave. #362*.  The objective of these workshops is to educate and familiarize conservative activists with the best ways to help federal, state, and local conservative candidates win their primary elections.  To register for one or both of these workshops, email  Snacks will be served.


Monday, March 21 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM.

I.  Introduction to precinct volunteering.

II. Walking your precinct.

III. Precinct yard signs.

IV. Coffees & Teas.


Monday, March 28, 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM.

I. Precinct organization.

II. Calling.

III. Working the polls.

IV. How to write a great editorial.


* Directions to workshops: Go to 125th Avenue and West Center Rd.  Turn south until you see Office Depot.  Then drive east up the drive about 10 storefronts, where you will see the Bacon for Congress office.  Workshop is in rear of this office.

Thursday, February 04, 2016


Wed. Feb. 17, 6:30 PM.  At Millard Library, 132nd & Westwood Ln., Omaha, Dr. Mark Christian from the Global Faith Institute will speak at our NTF meeting on the dangers of Muslim resettlement in Nebraska and its effect on state taxpayers. Mark came to America in 2005, and soon discovered the shocking extent of Islamic infiltration in his adopted country. To Mark, a man steeped in both religious and political Islam, a man who grew up amidst the planning and scheming of the Muslim Brotherhood, the recognition of their agenda at work in the United States was almost immediate. Mark had grown up watching his father and uncle as they, with their Brotherhood associates, had planned it all some three decades earlier. Recognizing the urgency of this grim threat and informed by his unique upbringing, he responded with the formation of the Global Faith Institute as a way to protect his cherished American freedoms from the sickness he thought he had left behind in Egypt.

Dr. Christian’s great-uncle is one of the founders of the original Muslim Brotherhood, and Mark’s father, (who became a member in his teens) remains a highly-respected advisor for the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt to this day.

Monday, January 11, 2016


On Wed. Jan. 20, 6:30 PM, State Senator John McCollister will speak at our NTF meeting at Millard Library on his bill, LB 851, to require all state agencies, boards, and commissions to make public their financial records, particularly their spending records.  In the past, these entities have hidden and refused to divulge this information and have used their funds to lobby against taxpayers.  Bring friends and neighbors!

Tuesday, January 05, 2016


Nebraska Taxpayers for Freedom is looking for people with financial backgrounds who can help us analyze government subdivision annual budgets and other financial documents.  Email to volunteer or refer us to someone.

Tuesday, November 24, 2015


I wonder if the crowd at Gifford Park that whines for our nation to allow entrance to thousands of destitute Muslim refugees who are insufficiently unvetted for terrorist and/or criminal affiliations would offer to financially support them and be responsible for their lawful conduct.  The House passed a resolution to require approval of top national security officials before resettlement of Muslims from Syria and Iraq.  However, these security officials still state they cannot effectively check the backgrounds of these refugees.  Nebraskans need ironclad assurances that terrorists will not enter the U.S. disguised as refugees.  Remember that the families of the Boston Marathon Bomber and the terrorist who murdered our servicemen in Tennessee were settled under this refugee program.  Email to join the NE Taxpayers for Freedom Protect NE Now Project.