From A Nut To Some Soup

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From A Nut To Some Soup

FBI Memo Re: Rosenberg Show

JFK Loved Chowder

Here's a few things:

1) George P. Bush might be a hunkalicious young Republican, but he still seems a bit creepy. So TSG wasn't too surprised to learn that "P" was involved in a troubling 1994 incident described in this Metro-Dade Police Department report. On December 31, 1994, Bush showed up at 4 AM at the Miami home of a former girlfriend. He proceeded to break into the house via the woman's bedroom window, and then began arguing with his ex's father. Bush, then a Rice University student, soon fled the scene. But he returned 20 minutes later to drive his Ford Explorer across the home's front lawn, leaving wide swaths of burned grass in his wake. Young Bush avoided arrest when the victims declined to press charges. (3 pages)

2) You'd think that 16 years after Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were executed, trial judge Irving Kaufman might give it a rest. But as this FBI memo shows, the jurist was so pissed that someone might actually exercise their free speech rights, he wanted the bureau and Attorney General sicced on them (what balls were hidden under that black robe!). Also, considering that the Rosenbergs were electrocuted, could the play's producer have a better surname? (1 page)

3) And here's another exclusive for you: JFK loved chowder! Imagine that. (2 pages)