In NA 257, Adam mentioned that he started reading the Nicolle Wallace (former White House Communications Director) novel, Eighteen Acres.
This book was mentioned during several No Agenda episodes in October. This book is intriguing for it's premise that states have the right to override federal laws that they consider unconstitutional...
The 1928 book, Propaganda was recommended by No Agenda Producer Jamie during NA 254. Dvorak commented that author, Edward Bernays, is considered the father of modern public relations.
Upton Sinclair's The Jungle was mentioned by John Dvorak during NA #256. Dvorak said it's a book that everyone has to read at least once in their lifetime.
Dvorak recommended this book during NA #249. In a discussion about actor Randy Quaid...
Adam mentioned that this book better depicts where we're heading as a society compared to 1984.
Dvorak mentioned this book while he was discussing author Robert D. Hare's other book, Without Conscience.
A Dvorak pick during No Agenda #216.
This is Adam's favorite newspaper. He reads it whenever he travels to and from the UK.
"Oooh that book - it's horrible", Dvorak replied!
In a discussion of favorite coffee table books, Adam mentioned his favorite is 'Centrury' a heavy 1120 page book...
Dvorak mentioned this book while discussing The World Turned Upside Down during No Agenda #212.
Mentioned during No Agenda #212.
Dvorak saw the author have a whacky interview on the June 25th, 2010 episode of Colbert Report.
This book examines the reasons behind the growth in obesity in China, and explores the long term effects on China's social development, economy and healthcare systems.
Recommended by Jim Lunsford of the NoAgendaForums.com. Cory Doctorow has been a guest on TWiT and mentioned on No Agenda.
Adam and Micky recently had dinner with author, Robert Greene.
Brought up by Adam due to the recent World Cup fever. Author Declan HIll writes about effect organized crime's has on the soccer world by "Asian match fixing criminals".
Philips believes we are in an age of Cultural Totalitarianism.
During No Agenda #211, Dvorak described her as a ponderous British woman that was on C-SPAN recently.