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Gun control advocates say they'll spend October distributing "firearms prohibited" window stickers to Oklahoma business owners who don't want …

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Sen. James Lankford (R-OK) questioned Attorney General Loretta Lynch Wednesday about the president’s Fast and Furious program and recent proposed executive actions on gun control.

On Jan. 5 President Obama issued a number of proposed executive actions aimed at curbing gun violence by instituting new background check requirements, hiring more government workers to oversee gun policy, and increasing funding for mental health research and gun technology.

Sometimes referred to as the guarantor of the rest of our constitutional rights, the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution has rightly remained a fundamental freedom in American society. While we have come a long way as a nation and certainly look different today than our first years, it doesn’t erase or change the importance of “the right of the people to keep and bear arms.” For even the most fundamental freedoms must be looked after in order to preserve American liberty for future generations.