Resolutions in Defense

There is no week, day, or hour when tyranny many not enter upon this country, if the people lose their roughness and spirit of defiance.– Walt Whitman

In Defense of Rural Values

The purpose in offering these Resolutions in Defense is from an obligation that I have to my sworn Oath of Office – to support, obey and defend the Constitutions of the U.S. and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Some elected persons may have you believe that all Resolutions are law, which is not the case at all. This could be due to the specific person’s desire to only use Resolutions as a vehicle of authority over citizens. The following Resolutions are In Defense of possible overreaching authoritarian behaviors…

“Safeguard of Rural Landowner Property Rights”

Signed on January 21st, 2018. Constable Grove’s first resolution of the Office of the Constable of Gregg Township – to establish the commitment to adopt and enact any and all measures as may be necessary to prevent federal, state or local government infringement upon the property rights of rural Gregg Township landowners while in their pursuit of life and liberty. When in conjunction with a landowner posting a Revocation of the Implied License on their property entrance, will create a substantial legal burden for offending trespassers to overcome.

“Preservation of the Second Amendment”

Signed on February 28th, 2018. Constable Grove’s second resolution of the Office of the Constable of Gregg Township – to establish the commitment to protect the right of citizens to bear firearms, firearms accessories, and ammunition.

“Proclamation of Transparency”

Signed on April 17th, 2018, Constable Grove’s commitment to transparency in public service. Grove will establish a library on his official website to house public record disclosures of, and related to, his Office of the Constable of Gregg Township.

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