Mark Jackson Says He Woke Up ‘Relieved’ After Being Fired From Job as Warriors Coach

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Recently-fired Warriors coach Mark Jackson did a bit of a media tour on Wednesday, the day after he was relieved of his coaching duties of a team he took to only a few points away from the second round of the NBA Playoffs this season. In case you somehow didn’t have a chance to listen to everything, we’ve compiled the most interesting things he said:

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LISTEN: Things to Remember When You are Experiencing the Chastisement of God (Part 1) (Praying Through the Bible #88 with Daniel Whyte III)

Daniel Whyte III

Daniel Whyte III

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Praying Through the Bible #88

TEXT: Lamentations 3

Over the past few weeks, we have looked at the subject of prayer from passages in the book of Jeremiah. Jeremiah, a prophet of God, predicted that God’s judgment would come down on the nation of Judah because of their continued sins. Jeremiah was faithful in his task of warning the people of Judah, but they didn’t listen, and God’s judgment came. After Jerusalem fell, Jeremiah composed a new series of messages, and that is what we are learning from today — the book of Lamentations. Whereas Jeremiah is a book of “warning,” Lamentations is a book of “mourning.” Lamentations shows us Jeremiah’s words after the punishment that God had promised finally came. Continue reading

Federal Election Commission says Conservative Media Outlets May Face Regulations Like PACs

Sean Hannity's radio show came under fire by Democratic election officials for raising political money. The case demonstrated efforts to quiet conservative media, warns the Federal Election Commission chairman. (AP Photo)

Sean Hannity’s radio show came under fire by Democratic election officials for raising political money. The case demonstrated efforts to quiet conservative media, warns the Federal Election Commission chairman. (AP Photo)

Government officials, reacting to the growing voice of conservative news outlets, especially on the internet, are angling to curtail the media’s exemption from federal election laws governing political organizations, a potentially chilling intervention that the chairman of the Federal Election Commission is vowing to fight. Continue reading