Events

Bus to Oppose Obamacare

UPDATE: Bill killed for this year!

Join us in filling a bus to Lincoln Tuesday March 18 to oppose
Obamacare (Expanded Medicaid bill LB 887).  We will be leaving from
JC Penney at the Westroads at 8:30 AM and we will be back in Omaha
around 12:30.

Team leaders will be paired up to help so NO ONE goes alone to see
their State Senators to voice your opinion. 

While at the Capitol you will receive a Nebraska Unicameral
2014 Roster - A very handy book to keep in touch with your State Senator
by phone, email, and by mail.

Call to confirm by calling Doug Kagan 402-320-6515 or Sheila Heieck
402-305-3414.  

*During the time on the bus you will be meeting and learning from
leaders of your community*

Workshop for Conservative Activists and Volunteers

Nebraska Taxpayers for Freedom/ Build Nebraska PAC hosted 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 St., Papillion.  This workshop contained everything you want to know about precinct campaign organization and use of social media, like Facebook and blogs, to win elections. Those attending received hard copy packets to accompany the Power Point presentations.    Email netaxpayers@gmail.com for details.

NTF Holds Candidate Workshop

Current office holders, aspiring office holders, and many others who are interested in Nebraska politics gathered on March 8, 2014. The morning session addressed precinct level political activities while the afternoon session dealt with use of social media as an element of today’s political campaign strategies.

Five current political notables presented in panel discussion mode during the lunch hour. Nebraska Governor Dave Heineman,  Second District Congressman Lee Terry, Mayor Jean Stothert, City Councilman Aimee Melton, and NU Regent Hal Daub comprised this panel.DougGovernorLunchCrowdConversation CarrieLoraSusan

NTF Hosted American Majority's "Winning Strategies" Workshop on 2-22-14

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NTF March Meeting

Wed. March 19, 6:30 PM, Millard Library, 132nd & Westwood Ln., Omaha. 

Dan Frei, candidate for Congress, 2nd District, and Sam Clark, conservative candidate for Douglas County Board Dist. 2, will speak at our monthly meeting.    We also will discuss defeating LB 887, a legislative bill to clamp Obama Care on our state health care system.  Please bring friends & neighbors to ask questions and volunteer.

 

 

 

Justice Vigil

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Vigil for American Justice

Nebraska Taxpayers for Freedom co-sponsored a vigil on September 13, 2013, for the family of  ninety-three year old grandmother, Louise Sollowin, who was raped and murdered by an illegal alien in South Omaha.  Other sponsors are the Federation for American Immigration Reform and Nebraska Advisory Group.  The purpose of the rally was to press our state and national elected officials to pass legislation to stop the influx of illegal aliens into our nation and state and deport immediately those engaged in criminal conduct.

If you wish to donate to the Louise Sollowin family, please to go our Donate link (button to the right) and indicate “for Louise” following your occupation.

You may find coverage from both the Omaha World-Herald and The Blaze TV.  The vigil brought attention to the need for tougher immigration law enforcement.  The senseless deaths of Louise Sollowin and other Americans killed by illegal aliens were preventable, and should never have happened.

Project Immigration will encourage Nebraskans to contact their State Senators and urge them to sponsor and support Louise’s Law in the 2014 Legislature.  Louise’s Law would prohibit state and local sanctuary policies and we will attempt to circulate the petition statewide.

Speakers included Susan Tully, regional director of FAIR, Susan Gumm from NE Taxpayers for Freedom, Susan Smith from NAG, and relatives of several victims murdered by illegal aliens.   Breitbart is giving the vigil national publicity.  You may attend our next meeting to sign a petition requesting state senators to pass legislation requiring every NE business to use the E-Verify system in the employment process.  The vigil was held at the City-County Bldg. plaza at 1819 Farnam Street, Omaha, from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM, on Friday, 9/13/2013.