Events have occurred which have either literally or figuratively made us feel like the biblical people who walked in darkness. Like our ancestors in faith, the Nebraska Freedom Coalition has grappled with events beyond our immediate control in many respects. Into this fray and darkness, all has not been lost. With God, all is never lost. We draw inspiration from this past Easter weekend and know that light will always drive out darkness. We are reminded that truth is indeed alive.
Freedom necessitates the pursuit of truth. We call on the President of Creighton University to address the events that unfolded on April 8-9. We call on the University Board members to publicly acknowledge the administration's obvious spurn. We will not stop at merely the University level. Details have since emerged regarding our initial venue for the evening of April 9th, Jams Old Market. The truth keeps coming to the surface as it always does. The Nebraska Freedom Coalition will be shedding light on all of these events and the light will not be driven out.
Those who call evil good and good evil should not be able to dictate the rest of our lives. It would be a very dark world if this sort of behavior is allowed and so the fight will continue. Excuses will no longer be made for those with clear contempt for a differing opinion. Slanted coverage and empty rhetoric from those who seek to spin the truth will no longer get a free pass. We are facing a spiritual battle right now in our communities and the Nebraska Freedom Coalition is proud to be leading the fight against the wickedness and snares of evildoers.
Neutrality and silence only enable the tormentors. It is our responsibility to shed light on this lunatic fringe minority who seeks to make life difficult for God-fearing Nebraskans and Americans.
“Tyranny, like hell, is not easily conquered; yet we have this consolation with us,that the harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph. What we obtain too cheap,we esteem too lightly: it is dearness only that gives everything its value. Heaven knowshow to put a proper price upon its goods; and it would be strange indeed if so celestialan article as FREEDOM should not be highly rated…”
- Thomas Paine, ‘The Crisis’ 1776