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Stewart Rhodes

Stewart is the founder and National President of Oath Keepers. He served as a U.S. Army paratrooper until disabled in a rough terrain parachuting accident during a night jump. He is a former firearms instructor, former member of Rep. Ron Paul’s DC staff, and served as a volunteer firefighter in Montana. Stewart previously wrote the monthly Enemy at the Gates column for S.W.A.T. Magazine. Stewart graduated from Yale Law School in 2004, where his paper “Solving the Puzzle of Enemy Combatant Status” won Yale’s Miller prize for best paper on the Bill of Rights. He assisted teaching U.S. military history at Yale, was a Yale Research Scholar, and is writing a book on the dangers of applying the laws of war to the American people.



  1. Citizens for Constitutional Freedom and Oath Keepers don’t let the gov divide people like you that will stand and fight for the Constitution. We all know divided we fall united we stand. Find a common ground and help each other in some way and keep the good fight up for the Constitution. If the gov can get you fighting with each other half of their battle is over for gov and they will have the win. Stand strong help each other when you can. United we stand with the Constitution.

  2. The recent Intellihub article seemed to imply (perhaps unintentionally) that Russian Uranium One has mining claims in Oregon, specifically the Aurora Project in Malheur County, and in September 2011 was planning to begin mining there. I did a little research into that.

    What I found is that in 2010 Uranium One sold the Aurora Project to a British corporation, Energy Ventures, for $2 million. So in Sept. 2011 Uranium One had already sold its interest and no longer owned the mining claims. Also, in 2011 Uranium One was still a publicly traded Canadian company, though Russian Rosatom had a 51% ownership.

    The Energy Ventures 2010 annual report states, “On 8 July 2010, Energy Ventures announced that it had completed the acquisition of the Aurora uranium deposit in Oregon, USA for a cash consideration of US$2 million from Uranium One Incorporated (TSX:UUU). The claims are held by Oregon Energy LLC, a 100% owned subsidiary of Energy Ventures.”

    Uranium One Americas Inc. registered as a corporation in Oregon in October 2009 after their purchase of Energy Metals Corporation; they filed a change of name. In October 2012 Uranium One Americas filed a Withdrawal of Authority to transact business in Oregon, stating that the corporation is not transacting business in Oregon. This was before all shares of Uranium One were bought by Rosatom in 2013 and it was taken private.

    Oregon Energy LLC was established in March 2010 as a subsidiary of Amaroo Resources which has offices in Australia. Amaroo Resources is a UK-subsidiary of Energy Ventures Ltd of the United Kingdom. Oregon Energy LLC, according to their March 2015 annual filing, is now a subsidiary of Eve Investments of Australia, still owned by Energy Ventures Ltd.

    An Energy Ventures 2015 report states, “The Aurora uranium project is located in the southeast part of Oregon, USA and is one of the largest undeveloped uranium deposits in the country.” They further state it “may be amenable to mining extraction by open pit methods at very low cost due to the low waste to ore ratio.”

    Energy Ventures attempted to sell the Aurora Uranium Project in 2015 to a Canadian company, Uranium Standard Resources Ltd, but they decided not to purchase it. Energy Ventures continued seeking a buyer for Aurora.

    So Oregon Energy LLC is owned by a British company, not Russian. But I think it’s against our national security interests to have ANY foreign company own claims to our uranium reserves.

    1. More recent info re. Aurora from the Energy Ventures October 2015 Annual Report:

      … the Company [Energy Ventures] has recently flagged to shareholders a proposal to proceed with an in-specie distribution of our 100% owned investment in Aurora Uranium Limited. This will allow all current shareholders in EVE to maintain their current level of ownership in the Aurora Uranium Project. Aurora is one of the largest undeveloped uranium projects in the USA, with over 40Mlbs in resource and an initial project scope for production of 2Mlbs U3O8 per annum with an initial mine life of greater than 10 years. This project remains a highly strategic asset in the world’s largest market for uranium fuel where over 95% of nuclear fuel is imported, with nuclear energy contributing around 20% of the power generated in the USA….

      The Company is planning to conduct an in-specie distribution of wholly owned subsidiary, Aurora Uranium Limited. Aurora Uranium is an Australian registered public company which, through its US subsidiary Oregon Energy LLC, holds 100% of the Aurora Uranium Project in southeast Oregon. … The Aurora uranium project is a volcanic-hosted uranium deposit located in the southeast part of Oregon, USA. Previous exploration on the deposit, including detailed drilling, showed that a significant uranium resource occurs within a near-surface, flat-lying zone of mineralisation that is potentially amenable to extraction by open pit methods. … The project area comprises 116 federal unpatented lode mining claims and one State of Oregon Prospecting Permit application, covering an area of approximately 13.34 square km.
      [end extracts]

      This report indicates that Aurora contains significant uranium reserves. The U.S. needs uranium to run our nuclear plants, our nuclear fleet, and to build nuclear weapons, and we currently produce only 20% of our uranium needs and must import the rest. We also have a strong interest in keeping uranium out of the hands of rogue nations.

      Yet our government has allowed foreign corporations to own mining claims to important uranium reserves beneath our own land. They also allow them to export this strategic mineral, as is currently being done in Wyoming. So the uranium, though extracted by a foreign company, is not required to be processed within our own country and sold to entities within our country for our own use.

      Did the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States diligently review each change in ownership of the Aurora Project from U.S.-based Energy Metals Corp. to foreign companies? Why are administrations — it is Cabinet Secretaries and other high-level Presidential appointees who sit on this Committee — giving away our important resources to foreign companies?

    2. I am an Alabama oath keeper and disabled vet, Oregon is just too far for me to come but I have a formal education and have several good ideas to protect Foreign bodies from striking Oath Keepers but can not talk on phone or computer about them. I would rather not. I have ideas that will help even the playing field. For some reason I can not get the Alabama chapter to contact me.

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