About Us

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NJ Oath Keepers is a Constitution Education Outreach, Public Safety,  Civil Rights and Anti-Terrorist Group that is composed of Current and former Military Members, Police, Reservists, Sheriffs Officers, Firefighters, First Responders and concerned citizens that have sworn an oath to defend and uphold the Constitution of the United States.

The media, as we see almost daily, has no idea how to report on Oath Keepers. That’s due to a number of considerations, including lack of depth/ignorance on the part of reporters, personal “progressive” biases reflective of the overwhelming majority of journalists, and flat-out laziness. So using “sources” like the Southern Poverty Law Center, and parroting what they say as “authoritative” is an easy way to add descriptors to a story and not worry about how accurate the information is. It’s not like their readers or viewers, aside from a handful (if at all), are going to know the difference, and it’s not like correcting the record is a priority.

See the following for “Who Speaks for the Oath Keepers“.
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2018 Legislative Action

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NJ Oath Keepers Letter to NJ Sheriffs:

People’s Petition Against Unlawful Usurpations

We are writing this letter to ALL New Jersey Law Enforcement and those who hold positions of public trust in enforcing the law and took an oath of office. Consider this letter an official petition for redress of grievances against the attempt of public officials to violate our rights given to us by our Creator as shown in the Bill of Rights.  We cannot consent to this affront of OUR Rights and have a duty to speak out against it.

OUR MAIN ISSUE
The so-called “Extreme Risk Protective Order Act of 2018” is…

Read full letter here: “People’s Petition Against Unlawful Usurpations“.

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ANJRPC STATEMENT FOLLOWING PASSAGE OF ANTI-GUN LEGISLATION and ANJRPC SUES TO OVERTURN NEW MAGAZINE BAN

June 7, 2018 — In a fervor to exploit tragedy and advance a longstanding agenda to limit gun rights, a majority of Garden State lawmakers voted today to pass a package of gun bills that target the rights of law-abiding citizens instead of severely punishing criminals and madmen who misuse firearms.

“None of the bills passed today will make anyone safer,” said ANJRPC Executive Director Scott Bach. “Lawmakers have squandered an important opportunity to make our schools safer and prevent those with serious mental health issues from obtaining firearms in the first place.”

“Instead,” continued Bach, “they have enacted a series of measures limiting the ability of citizens to defend themselves, and enabling those hostile to gun rights to abuse legal process to harass gun owners.  Law-abiding firearms owners are not the problem, and limiting their rights accomplishes nothing to advance safety.”

Once these bills are signed by the governor, which could come before the weekend, ANJRPC plans on taking the fight to the courts, where we expect unconstitutional laws to be overturned, and lawmakers to be forced to respect the rights of law-abiding citizens.

ANJRPC would like to thank the tens of thousands of gun owners who participated in our grassroots blitz leading up to today’s vote.  We received several requests from legislators to “make it stop,” and some gun owners reported that there was an attempt to place a firewall on the legislative server in an effort to block messages in the last 24 hours.  Based on the overwhelming volume of calls and emails sent, one thing is certain: lawmakers know with certainty that any effort to limit the gun rights of law-abiding citizens is going to be difficult and painful every step of the way, and they will pick their future battles very carefully.

ANJRPC will be providing detailed analysis of the new laws and their impact on law-abiding gun owners in the coming days and weeks.  Regarding the magazine ban, there is a 180-day implementation period within which to comply, so there is time for you to assess the best course of action to take with respect to your property.  That time has the potential to be further extended in anticipated litigation.
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A bill has been introduced to “strengthen” the State Assault Weapon Ban.

See here.

This bill would strengthen the State’s current assault weapons ban by revising the definition of an assault weapon to include: rifles with detachable magazines and one military style feature; semi-automatic shotguns with one military style feature; and semi-automatic pistols with one military style feature.

The current definition of an assault weapon sets forth a list of prohibited firearms and specifically includes any firearm that is “substantially identical” to any of the enumerated firearms. Under State regulations, a semi-automatic firearm is to be considered substantially identical to an enumerated firearm if it meets certain criteria. This bill codifies these regulations while expanding the number of firearms that would be considered assault weapons by adding criteria and reducing the number of criteria that must be met from two to one. For example, under current regulations, a semi-automatic rifle that has the ability to accept a detachable magazine and has at least two listed criteria would be considered an assault weapon. These criteria include: a folding telescoping stock, a pistol grip that protrudes conspicuously beneath the action of the weapon; a flash suppressor or threaded barrel designed to accommodate a flash suppressor; and a grenade launcher. Under the bill, additional criteria are added including a thumbhole stock and a second handgrip or a protruding grip that can be held by the non-trigger hand. The bill also requires that only one criteria be met, rather than the currently required two.

Now is the time to start calling. Ask them for a no vote once in committee.

Law and public safety committee members.

Senator
Linda R. Greenstein (D)
(Assistant Majority Leader)

DISTRICT OFFICE ADDRESS:
1249 South River Rd.
Suite 105
Cranbury, NJ 08512

PHONE NUMBER: (609) 395-9911
FAX NUMBER: (609) 395-9032

Senator
Patrick J. Diegnan Jr. (D)

DISTRICT OFFICE ADDRESS:
908 Oak Tree Ave.
Unit P
South Plainfield, NJ 07080

PHONE NUMBER: (908) 757-1677

Senator
Christopher “Kip” Bateman (R)

DISTRICT OFFICE ADDRESS:
36 East Main St.
Somerville, NJ 08876

PHONE NUMBER: (908) 526-3600

Senator
Joseph P. Cryan (D)

DISTRICT OFFICE ADDRESSES:
985 Stuyvesant Ave.
Union, NJ 07083

1120 East Jersey St.
Elizabeth, NJ 07201

PHONE NUMBERS: (908) 624-0880 (Union)
(908) 327-9119 (Elizabeth)

Senator
Declan J. O’Scanlon Jr. (R)

DISTRICT OFFICE ADDRESS:
(Temporary) 32 Monmouth St.
3rd Floor
Red Bank, NJ 07701

PHONE NUMBER: (732) 933-1591

Senator
Nicholas J. Sacco (D)

DISTRICT OFFICE ADDRESS:
9060 Palisade Ave.
North Bergen, NJ 07047

PHONE NUMBER: (201) 295-0200

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Upcoming Events

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Aug
16
Thu
Cape May County Meeting @ Historic Court House Building
Aug 16 @ 19:00 – 21:00

This is the regular monthly meeting of the Cape May County Oath Keepers.

Sep
20
Thu
Cape May County Meeting @ Historic Court House Building
Sep 20 @ 19:00 – 21:00

This is the regular monthly meeting of the Cape May County Oath Keepers.

Oct
18
Thu
Cape May County Meeting @ Historic Court House Building
Oct 18 @ 19:00 – 21:00

This is the regular monthly meeting of the Cape May County Oath Keepers.

Nov
15
Thu
Cape May County Meeting @ Historic Court House Building
Nov 15 @ 19:00 – 21:00

This is the regular monthly meeting of the Cape May County Oath Keepers.

Dec
20
Thu
Cape May County Meeting @ Historic Court House Building
Dec 20 @ 19:00 – 21:00

This is the regular monthly meeting of the Cape May County Oath Keepers.

Jan
17
Thu
Cape May County Meeting @ Historic Court House Building
Jan 17 @ 19:00 – 21:00

This is the regular monthly meeting of the Cape May County Oath Keepers.

Feb
21
Thu
Cape May County Meeting @ Historic Court House Building
Feb 21 @ 19:00 – 21:00

This is the regular monthly meeting of the Cape May County Oath Keepers.

Mar
21
Thu
Cape May County Meeting @ Historic Court House Building
Mar 21 @ 19:00 – 21:00

This is the regular monthly meeting of the Cape May County Oath Keepers.

Apr
18
Thu
Cape May County Meeting @ Historic Court House Building
Apr 18 @ 19:00 – 21:00

This is the regular monthly meeting of the Cape May County Oath Keepers.

May
16
Thu
Cape May County Meeting @ Historic Court House Building
May 16 @ 19:00 – 21:00

This is the regular monthly meeting of the Cape May County Oath Keepers.

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NJ Oath Keepers attend and march in Independence Day Parades

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NJ Oath Keepers in Haddon Heights, NJ Parade

NJ Oath Keepers in Ridgewood, NJ Parade

NJ Oath Keepers Colors in Ridgewood, NJ Parade

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