Sunday, August 14, 2016

HELP STOP GROUP HOMES

Angry about halfway houses, group homes, and frat houses or boarding houses sprouting up in your single family residential neighborhoods??  Worried about the subsequent drop in property values, crime, and noise??  Then attend our NTF monthly meeting Wed. Aug. 17, 6:30 PM at Millard Library, 132nd & Westwood Ln., Omaha.  Omaha City Council members Aimee Melton and Franklin Thompson will discuss these problems and explain current city ordinances and regulations that govern zoning in residential neighborhoods.  Please invite your friends & neighbors to attend!

Wednesday, August 03, 2016

RALLY WITH "JEAN'S TEAM"

Join the Nebraska Taxpayers for Freedom rally for Omaha Mayor Jean Stothert's fiscally conservative budget.  Wear a "Jean's Team" sticker and meet us at 5:45 PM on Tue. Aug. 9, on the north plaza of the city-county bldg. 1819 Farnam Street.  Then join us upstairs when we testify in favor of the budget at 7 PM.   

Thursday, July 21, 2016

SUMMER TEA PARTY.

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 (rescheduled) on Friday, July 29, at Walnut Grove Park, 150th & Q Streets, Omaha, from 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM. 


Keynote speakers will be Att.-Gen. Doug Peterson, Omaha Mayor Jean Stothert, and 2nd District congressional candidate Don Bacon on taxes, and Dr. Mark Christian on Radical Islam.  Plus, a new Property Tax Relief Proposal for the Legislature!! Those attending can speak with conservative state and local candidates and officeholders. 

Saturday, July 16, 2016

NEBRASKA TAXPAYERS MEETING

Nebraska Taxpayers for Freedom will host Tim Burke, CEO of OPPD, at our 6:30 PM Wed. July 20 meeting at Millard Library, 132nd & Westwood Lane, Omaha.  Mr. Burke will discuss our utility rates, federal regulations and mandates that cause our rates to rise, and the abrupt closure of the Ft. Calhoun nuclear plant.

Thursday, June 23, 2016

8th ANNUAL INDEPENDENCE DAY TEA PARTY

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

FIGHT YOUR HOME VALUATION HIKE

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

FIGHT THE PROPERTY VALUATION HIKE

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 2ND DISTRICT CONGRESSIONAL SEAT

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 netaxpayers@gmail.com for further details.

Friday, April 08, 2016

TAX DAY TAXPAYER TEA PARTY

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

INVITATION TO CONSERVATIVE CAMPAIGN WORKSHOP


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 netaxpayers@gmail.com.  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.