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A book that Adam read about DNA and your right to your DNA in the future.

Shadow Masters

This investigation examines how behind-the-scenes collaboration between governments, intelligence services and drug traffickers has lined the pockets of big business and Western banks.

The Bilderburg Group

"If you want to know who really runs the world and the lengths to which they will go to establish their globalist hegemony, you must read Estulin's well-documented The True Story of The Bilderberg Group." —carolynbaker.net

What Happened at the Bush White House

This book is now super cheap! With unprecedented candor, one of George W. Bush's closest aides takes readers behind the scenes of the Bush presidency, and what exactly happened to take it off course.

Philip Dru Administrator

An old pick from Dvorak. Philip Dru, the main character, is a West Point graduate who eventually resigns his post and becomes involved in social problems. Dru is chosen to lead an army against the U.S. government led by a puppet president.

Think and Grow Rich

Many successful people point to this book as one of their main sources of inspiration. Part practical concepts, and part - Magick?

Magick: Book 4, Liber Aba

Is this where the power behind the power gets ITS power?

Confessions of an Economic Hit Man

Dvorak's first book pick during No Agenda #1! Perkins, a former chief economist at a Boston strategic-consulting firm, confesses he was an "economic hit man" for 10 years..

Cyber War: Richard A. Clarke

Adam hopes the sysadmin's can save us! This is the first book about the war of the future -- cyber war

Family of Secrets

The long-hidden story of a family we thought we knew—and of a power-making apparatus that we have barely begun to comprehend.

Legacy of Ashes

A Dvorak pick! Its mission was to know the world. When it did not succeed, it set out to change the world. Its failures have handed us, in the words of President Eisenhower, “a legacy of ashes.”

Atlas Shrugged

Adam's fave book on No Agenda! - The year 2005 marks Ayn Rand’s Centennial Year. The astounding story of a man that said that he would stop the motor of the world—and did.