Well either everyone else is out wheelin' or nobody else knows the ansewer... so I guess I'll chime in.
1. Was the dipstick tube:
a. broken at the block?
2. I'm assuming "b" above and you used the gasket goop to seal the crack.
3. Now comes the confusing part..Is there oil acutually coming up and out the dipstick tube?
4. Again I'm assuming you have a short stubby dipstick tube, not the long one.
Are my assumptions correct? If so, then look at the motor mounts, one may be broken, and the engine my be leaning a little toward the passenger side. You'd be surprised how many Jeepers miss this little problem. If the mount is bad the oil filter may be resting mighty close to the mount. If the mount is good, and the engine is level, then look at your PVC valve. If the crankcase pressure can't be vented... the pressrure seeks it's own vent... and the dipstick tube is the easiest place to vent. When this happens it takes oil with it...
Now if the pvc is good, then the crankcase is still being overpressurized. The overpressurization can occur from a pinhole in the pistion or bad rings. Remember "blow-by" goes both ways.
Of course then there's the simple things... the oil capacity has been exceeded.. or you overfilled the oil level...or there's water/coolant in the oil to raise the level (but I'd think you'd notice this).
That'll give you a few things to check out.