Wednesday, August 29, 2018
Profile in Bad Medicine: Spread the word to vote NO on Medicaid expansion on the Nov. ballot. Adding 100,000 able-bodied adults without children to the Medicaid welfare rolls will consume so much state revenue that K-12 education, the university system, and highway infrastructure will suffer. The state deficit will balloon. Forget about property tax relief. Liberal senators will call for tax increases. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to join the NE Taxpayers fight against expanded Medicaid.
Sunday, March 04, 2018
Profiles in Bad Government: "Don't Feed the RINOS." The primary election is in May, and every candidate will seek your vote. If you are a conservative voter, you will not want to vote for RINOS (Republicans in Name Only). RINOS campaign as loyal GOP candidates, but they vote with the Socialist Democrats while serving in office. If you do not pay attention to their votes, and they hope that you don't, you may mistakenly vote for them at their re-election and actually contribute to their campaigns. If you don't want to feed the RINOS, email email@example.com for a copy of our RINO Roundup and join the NE Taxpayers Campaign 2018.
Friday, February 16, 2018
State Sen. Steve Erdman will speak on his property tax relief bill, LB 829, at the NE Taxpayers for Freedom meeting at Millard Library, 132nd & Westwood Ln., Omaha, at 6:30 PM on Wed. Feb. 21. This legislation will reduce your property taxes paid public schools, about 55-60% of our property tax load. Issue papers on this topic will be distributed. Learn how to lobby your state senator for property tax relief this legislative session.
Sunday, February 11, 2018
Nebraska Taxpayers for Freedom is now sponsoring a NE Taxpayers for Trump Project. This project instructs patriotic conservatives how to lobby their congressmen to support the Trump Agenda and vote for his legislation. Don't let the national liberal media, Socialist Demoncrats, and RINOS sink the Trump Agenda. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to join other patriotic Nebraskans to support our President.
Sunday, October 15, 2017
Conservative State Treasurer candidates State Sen. John Murante and Taylor Royal will speak on fiscal issues pertaining to this office at our monthly NE TAXPAYERS FOR FREEDOM meeting on Wed. Oct. 18, 6:30 PM at Millard Library, 132nd & Westwood Ln., Omaha. Please come and bring friends & family!
Tuesday, September 19, 2017
Find out about possibilities for property valuation reform in Nebraska. Join NE Taxpayers for Freedom on Wed. Sept. 20, 6:30 PM at Millard Library, 132nd & Westwood Ln. Hear Kris Pierce, candidate for Douglas County Assessor, discuss his ideas for state and county property valuation relief.
Tuesday, August 29, 2017
Profiles in Bad Education: So far, UN-L administrators have shown only sympathy for a young conservative student harassed at her booth by a professor and graduate teaching assistant on campus. These 2 employees are prime examples of leftwing faculty members, salaries paid by NE taxpayers, poisoning the minds of our youth and free speech with radical pabulum. Conservative students in their classes probably find themselves downgraded. The university administration, supported by regents, should immediately fire these miscreants and institute a strict code of professional conduct for faculty members, with severe penalties for violations. Email email@example.com to join the NE Taxpayers Education Watch Project.
Monday, July 17, 2017
Nebraska Taxpayers for Freedom is part of a statewide coalition to promote a Property Tax Relief Petition. An organizational meeting is scheduled at Millard Library, 132nd & Westwood Ln., Omaha, on Monday, July 17, 6:30 PM. We need volunteers! Email firstname.lastname@example.org to join the effort to control property taxes.
Friday, June 16, 2017
Nebraska Taxpayers for Freedom will sponsor its 9th Annual Independence Day Tax Rally on Saturday, July 1, from 1 PM to 4 PM at Walnut Grove Park, 150th & Q Streets, Omaha. The theme of this year's rally is Property Valuation Relief. NTF, as part of a coalition of groups, will be circulating a petition to lower property taxes*.
Monday, May 15, 2017
The Wed. May 17 NTF meeting will be at 6:30 PM at St. Roberts Church, 118th & Pacific Streets, NOT Millard Library. We are joining Douglas County Commissioner P.J. Morgan and the County Clerk to inform you how to challenge your increased property valuation on your home or business. Even if you do not live in Douglas County, you can obtain important information for your appeal. NTF will show a Power Point presentation on valuation challenge tips, with paper copies and other valuable information to take home. Please bring friends & neighbors! Unfortunately, the Legislature passed NO property valuation or tax relief bills this session and will adjourn EARLY on May 23!