ROFL Badger did all that really bad when he was a pup. The barking is either an invitation to play, or a bad attitude (IMO) depending on the context. The pawing is very dominant. I think you should just keep working with him on OB, and never let him paw you, or lean on you, or sit on you (all cousins of pawing dominance). I also wouldn't let him 'politely' rest his feet on you, since this is obviously his 'thing' he does for dominance. Badger still does this, and if you put your hand on top of his, he will pull it out and put it on top again. He knows now after all this time in our pack that he better cut it out when we scold him for it, then he gets all submissive.
Personally, if the barking was dominant or 'back talking' I would have a water bottle near bye and say 'NO' and squirt him in the mouth, or if he likes that, aim for his eyes. He will get the hint. I have also found that when Badger gets like that, I can put my arms out so I look bigger, and sort of tower over him, and say 'NO'...I just don't have the wherewithall to always have a water bottle near me.
BTW, I think you must be talking about some other doggy, there is no way that cute little angel is doing these things....I just don't buy it.