Lunchtime link roundup Tuesday, 10 September 2019 13:35:06 CDT David-Braverman Chicago, Entertainment, General, Politics, Travel (0) Of note or interest: The BBC's political editor asks if the Brexit deadline is even possible now. The New York Times has a good recap of yesterday's marathon Commons sitting. So does the Washington Post. The president fired National Security Adviser John Bolton, which was the right thing to do for all the wrong reasons. Peter Wehner reminds us that the president is "not well." What's with Jerry Falwell and pool boys, anyway? Matti Friedman explains how memories of "the situation" will inform next Tuedsay's Israeli election. Bar owners, like Hopleaf's Michael Roper, worry about the rise of distilleries and brewery tasting rooms in Chicago. And finally, National Geographic has a list of 23 of the worlds "most enchanting" libraries. (Harold Washington was not among them.) And now, back to work.