Barber, who also serves as an adjunct assistant professor of law, joined Liberty University School of Law in 2008. His primary interest areas include pro-family public policy and cultural advocacy, sexual behavior and the law, and judicial and constitutional integrity.
Prior to joining the law school, Barber worked as the Policy Director for Cultural Issues with Concerned Women for America, the nation’s largest public policy women’s organization. The goal of Concerned Women for America is to instill Biblical fundamentals into public policy.
Barber served as the press secretary for the Illinois gubernatorial candidate Jim Oberweiss in 2006. He also spent three years as a law enforcement officer and five years as a corporate fraud investigator. Additionally, Barber spent 12 years as a member of the Army National Guard.
His diverse experiences also include professional boxing, which he retired from in 2004. Before turning pro, he earned titles as both state and regional Golden Gloves champion several times. In 1992, he was a competitor in the Western Olympic Trials and in 1993 he walked away with a gold medal from the Police and Fire World Games.
As a freelance writer, Barber has had his columns run in a number of newspapers on online publications including the Washington Examiner, Washington Times, Times, and Insight magazine. He has also been a guest on news programs on FOX, MSNBC, and CNN. Furthermore, he is no stranger to talk radio programs and has been a guest of Michael Savage, G. Gordon Liddy, Michael Reagan, Dennis Prager, and many others.
Barber holds a JD from Regent University School of Law and a MA in Public Policy from Regent University Robertson School of Government. He earned his BS in organizational management from Colorado Christian University.