Oath Keepers of Oregon, Marion & Polk Counties (and Yamhill for now)Meeting

Our special guest this Saturday will be Jeff Kropf who was an Oregon State Representative, he has a talk show program on KUIK and did two tours to Afghanistan as a journalist. He leads several organizations who support limited government, reduced taxation & and actively supports the Constitutions. You might have seen him driving around Petunia the pink pig on his trailer, exposing waste in state government.

Anyone can come to our meetings and join Oath Keepers as long as they are willing to support and defend the Constitution. We do thwart spies.

At each meeting we talk about how  we reach, teach and inspire (RTI).

You do not have to be a veteran or active duty military, law enforcement,  etc. to attend our meetings or to become a member of Oath Keepers. Anyone can join Oath Keepers as long as you support our mission and take an oath to support and defend the Constitution.

Please read our membership bylaws below and on oathkeepers.org

Please join us. We will discuss who we are, why we exist, and how we can take positive peaceful action. We also have several projects we need help with.

Oath Keepers is a non-partisan association of currently serving and retired military, reservists, National Guard, peace officers and veterans who swore an oath to support and defend the U.S. Constitution against all enemies foreign and domestic. All Oath Keepers including active and retired first responders (policemen, firemen, etc.), citizen patriots, and the general public are welcome and highly encouraged to attend.

We look forward to seeing you here!

At www.oathkeepers.org there is a nation wide forum, with a forum for each state. Join, post and as you post you can gain status. These forums are monitored throughout various state and national leaders.


Important sections from our by-laws about membership:


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  • Shane

    I was really planning on making it to your last meeting but I went shooting in the morning and did not make it back in time. I look forward to meeting you all finding more out about this seemingly great organization

    February 11, 2014

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