Sunday, August 10, 2014


Every Omaha conservative should help pack the Omaha City Council chambers at 1819 Farnam Street on Tue. Aug. 12, at 7 PM.  Every Omaha conservative should speak in support of the conservative budget proposed by Omaha Mayor Jean Stothert.  2% property tax rate decrease.  No money for a bike czar to plan painting pin stripes down Omaha streets, so that bike riders in their funny lycra shorts can clog traffic at rush hour.  Less bonded indebtedness. More $$ in the cash reserve fund to preserve our AA1 bond rating.  Much more.  Come and join NTF members at the budget hearing. 

Sunday, July 27, 2014



            Nebraska Taxpayers for Freedom, Nebraska Advisory Group, Tea Party Patriots-NE, Our Vote Should Count, and Liberty Ladies-Omaha will hold a "Rally to Protect Nebraska" on Saturday, August 2, from 10 AM to Noon, at the north side of the State Capitol Building in Lincoln.  The purpose of the rally is to protect and defend our state against the silent invasion of illegal aliens and to call for greater security at our borders.   Please come with friends!

Tuesday, July 08, 2014


Nebraska Taxpayers for Freedom has begun a statewide campaign to defeat the probable November 4 general election ballot issue to raise the state minimum wage.  This campaign will include a public speaking tour, guest editorials, debates, and the use of social media to mobilize voters to vote NO on this ballot question.  "Among other economic calamities, raising the minimum wage will curtail job creation, cause unemployment, especially among teens, and raise prices for consumer goods and services," said Doug Kagan, NTF president.  Join our project to stop this erosion of the business climate here in Nebraska.  Email

Thursday, June 19, 2014


Nebraska Taxpayers for Freedom and Tea Party Patriots-NE will sponsor our annual 4th of July Tea Party on Thu. July 3, from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM at Walnut Grove Park, 150th & Q Streets, Omaha.  The theme of this tea party is "Restore our Constitution."  Keynote speaker is Pete Ricketts, candidate for Governor.  Also, conservative candidates for other state and local offices.  Free copies of the Constitution, patriotic music, prize drawings, contests, Liberty Tree, and hot dogs and chips.  Tents and tables loaded with conservative and Tea Party materials.  Rally and picnic with fellow taxpaying patriots and help elect conservatives in 2014!

Wednesday, June 11, 2014


NTF and several other conservative group leaders in the NE Conservative Coalition Network will hold a town hall meeting in O'Neill, NE. at 10 AM on Sat. June 21 at the Blarney Stone, 432 East Douglas Str. Please join us and learn how to lobby & monitor the state legislature, fight Common Core in our schools, stop ObamaCaid in the Unicameral, and use Twitter to advance the conservative cause. 

Saturday, June 07, 2014


Attention homeowners and business owners!  We invite you to attend our annual free Property Valuation Seminar.  Wed. June 18, 6:30 PM, Millard Library, 132nd & Westwood Ln., Omaha.  Learn how to challenge the increase in your property valuation.  Expert appraisers will explain every detail and help you through the process.  Plus, packets that will explain the history of our skyrocketing property valuations and solutions to this annual feast on Nebraska taxpayers. 

Thursday, May 15, 2014


Wed. May 21, 6:30 PM.  Panel discussion on how state unfunded mandates  adversely affect our local property taxes.  Featured speakers: Douglas County Comm. Mary Ann Borgeson, County CFO Joe Lorenz, City Council Member Aimee Melton, and Omaha Finance Director Steve Curtiss.  Millard Library, 132nd & Westwood Lane, Omaha.  We also will discuss our summer town hall meetings in O'Neill, Columbus, Norfolk, Grand Island, Hastings, Kearney, Lexington, & Lincoln.  Please bring friends & neighbors to ask questions and volunteer.

Thursday, April 03, 2014


People are angry over high taxes, trillions of dollars in debt and deficits, and excessive government spending.  Nebraska Taxpayers for Freedom and Tea Party Patriots-Nebraska will sponsor a Tax Day Tea Party in Omaha on Saturday, April 12.  This event will run from 1 PM to 4 PM at Walnut Grove Park, 150th & Q Streets.   Keynote speaker is Omaha Mayor Jean Stothert.  Other speakers include candidates for federal, state, and local offices.  There will be over 20 candidates and officeholders to talk to.  Our tea party also will feature patriotic music, drawings for prizes, and tables loaded with conservative and Tea Party instructional materials, booklets, and DVDs.  The purpose of this event is to raise awareness and to encourage citizens to become active as taxpayer watchdogs over government taxation and spending.     

Thursday, March 13, 2014


Nebraska Taxpayers for Freedom/ Build Nebraska PAC will host a free campaign workshop for conservative activists and volunteers on Sat. Mar. 22, from 10 AM to 3:00 PM.  Location: Papillion Sump Library, 222 North Jefferson Str., Papillion.  This workshop will tell you everything you want to know about precinct campaign organization and use of social media, like Facebook and blogs, to win elections. Those attending will receive hard copy packets to accompany the Power Point presentations.  Please attend and bring friends and neighbors!  Email for details.

Thursday, February 27, 2014


A great opportunity is coming to Omaha on Sat. March 8th for activists involved in candidate campaigns for elective offices. Nebraska Taxpayers for Freedom and Build Nebraska PAC are sponsoring a free political workshop for all persons working in conservative campaigns at Mutual Federal Credit Union at 145th and F Streets, Omaha.

     The morning session will acquaint attendees with precinct building blocks, endorsement parties, coffees, phoning, going house to house, yard sign management, and  working polling places.

      At Noon, those attending will receive a special treat with an art of victory presentation by those who have gained many political successes. Panelists are Governor Dave Heineman, former 2nd District Congressman and present University Regent Hal Daub, Mayor Jean Stothert, and Council Member Aimee Melton.  A free lunch will be provided.

     The afternoon session, dubbed "mouse to mouse", will present the value of becoming familiar with cutting edge activities available today that empower campaigns to achieve victory through the most effective and modern tools.  Nebraska campaigns need to become acquainted with using the blogosphere, tweets, Facebook, email, and Linked-In.

     Registration begins at 8:30 AM. on March 8th.  The workshop sessions will begin at 9 AM and end at approximately 4 PM. 

      NTF president, Doug Kagan, said, "If you don't like the way liberals are controlling our governments, this workshop can put you in the driver's seat for being a game changer."