Our first guest today is Michael Letts, Founder, President, and CEO of InVest USA; Michael is a regular guest and expert on our radio and TV shows. He will discuss the recent increase in teen violence and rioting in Chicago and what the leaders are doing to stop the lawlessness from occurring. What can we do as citizens to help the police and our first responders? Michael will also discuss what is happening with China and safeguarding our National Security.
Michael Letts is the Founder, President, and CEO of InVest USA, a national grassroots non-profit organization helping hundreds of communities provide thousands of bulletproof vests for their police forces through educational, public relations, sponsorship, and fundraising programs. He also has over 30 years of law enforcement experience, hence his pro-police stance for his brothers and sisters in blue. Those interested in learning more about Michael Letts can visit his official website, www.investusa.org
Our second guest today is Paul A. Ruggieri, M.D., a practicing board-certified general/laparoscopic surgeon who has been active for over 20 years. Dr. Paul A. Ruggieri has experienced and lived through his profession’s best and worst. In his first book, “Confessions of a Surgeon: The Good, the Bad, and the Complicated,” (still available on Amazon or Barnes and Noble), he pushed open the doors to give the public a startling view of what goes on inside the operating room. In his latest book, “Confessions of a Surgeon: A Deeper Cut,” Dr. Ruggieri blows the operating room doors off their hinges. This newest book cuts deeper into the profession and is more mysterious than ever before. Dr. Ruggieri candidly shares his thoughts on the patients that have impacted his life the most. He also exposes how surgeons (including himself) and the surgical profession have dramatically changed since the first time he nervously picked up a scalpel blade as a naïve surgical intern.
Dr. Ruggieri performed his surgical training at the world-renowned Washington University School of Medicine, Barnes Hospital, in St. Louis. He then spent three years as an active-duty general surgeon in the U.S. Army. He is the former chief of the surgery department at a large community hospital in Fall River, Massachusetts, which he helped build as an ironworker before attending medical school nearly 30 years ago. Dr. Ruggieri has written several books for patients. He lives in Rhode Island with his wife and three stepsons. To purchase Dr. Ruggieri’s recent book, visit either Barnes and Noble or Amazon.