Townhall.com Bob Barr In the wake of last week’s tragic shooting at a Jewish temple outside San Diego, California, attention is once again focused largely on the instruments used in the murder, rather on the root causes of the incide... read more

The Washington Times by Bob Barr The world is changing, and in the “Internet Age” the pace of change is relentless. Examples abound of victims of such change. Kodak — the company that less than a generation ago was the world leader in providing film... read more

Townhall.com Bob Barr The Cold War years of the 1960s gave rise to two very different cinematic characterizations of spies – the debonair but ruthless James Bond (aka “Agent 007”), and the bumbling but likeable Maxwell Smart (aka “Agent 86”). &n... read more

Townhall.com Last week, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was dragged from the Ecuadorean embassy in London by a phalanx of British police officers; abruptly ending his nearly seven years of self-imposed political asylum in those cramped quarters.  Fa... read more