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Discussing the red meat issues that affect your life

On Target Radio is heard every Sunday evening from 9:00—10:00 P.M. on AM560THE ANSWER. Every show has a theme with subject matter experts in the studio. Listeners interact with guests by calling in on 312-642-5600 or by going to the On Target Radio’s Facebook page and ask a question there. Those out of the AM560THE ANSWER broadcast area may listen to the program live-stream at www.560THE of on YouTube/On Target Radio.

A short list of previous show topics included: Interview with political candidates; Use of lethal force; Gun control laws; Operating a gun range; Concealed carry; Tactical training; and Upland hunting.


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DaveDavid Lombardo
is an Army Vietnam vet, past auxiliary deputy for 20 years, an Illinois Concealed Carry Instructor, NRA Law Enforcement firearms instructor, State of Illinois firearms instructor, NRA Training Counselor, Chief Range Safety Officer, Utah Concealed Carry Instructor, he holds the NRA Range Development & Operations Certificate and is President of the 2,500 member, 270 acre Aurora Sportsmen’s Club.

A print and television news journalist in the business aviation field, he’s traveled worldwide on assignment. David holds undergrad and grad degrees in education from the University of Illinois and has been a professor and academic dean.  His firearm training company SAFER USA has taught over 8,000 students.

Gretchen Fritz
 became involved in conservative politics in 2006, rising through the ranks of Young Republicans. She is the treasurer and a past chair of the Will County Young Republicans as well as the secretary of the Federation of Illinois Young Republicans.

She was the second member of the Joliet TEA Party and one of the April 15, 2009, TEA Party organizers.  She’s been elected three times to public office: first as precinct committeeman, then as a library trustee and currently as a member of the Will County Board.  She studied journalism at Millikin University and has a master of library science degree.  The love of shooting is in her blood.