Gary Aldrich
President & Founder

On Independence Day, 1996, former FBI Agent Gary Aldrich broke the code of silence surrounding the Clinton administration. In his book, Unlimited Access: An FBI Agent Inside the Clinton White House, Mr. Aldrich exposed the questionable behavior and serious breaches of national security he witnessed while performing his duties which included a key role in a comprehensive personnel screening process.

His book quickly skyrocketed to the top of the New York Times Bestseller List and stayed on the list for 20 weeks. To date, Unlimited Access has sold more than half a million copies and was #1 on every bestseller list in the nation! He has since written his first novel, Speak No Evil, which enjoys brisk sales.

Since publication of Unlimited Access, Mr. Aldrich has made thousands of radio, TV and personal speaking appearances, including This Week with David Brinkley, Good Morning America, Dateline, Equal Time, Hannity and Combes, The O'Reilly Factor, Inside Edition and others. Mr. Aldrich has also authored editorial pieces for distinguished publications such as The Wall Street Journal, Human Events Magazine, The Daily Oklahoman Newspaper, and Insight Magazine. In addition, he writes for weekly and bi-weekly.

Given Mr. Aldrich's past experience, he has a particular passion to intercede in the plight of ethical dissenters currently under attack by the media or by a corrupt federal agency or administration. Mr. Aldrich continues to appear as an expert witness guest on many talk shows around the nation discussing the Clinton administration, corruption, the FBI, other federal agencies, issues related to law enforcement and Second Amendment rights.
A 30-year veteran of the FBI, Mr. Aldrich specialized in white-collar crime, including fraud and political corruption. For five years prior to retiring, Mr. Aldrich served under former President Bush and Clinton in a national security role. In addition, he was assigned to the U.S. Senate and House, working closely with elected officials on a variety of issues.

In January 1998 Mr. Aldrich founded The Patrick Henry Center for Individual Liberty, a non-profit foundation dedicated to promoting the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights and supporting the right of citizens to engage in ethical dissent. Mr. Aldrich has a special interest in the rights of our young college students to engage in debate about important issues of the day, free of fear from the intolerance of the "politically correct."

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