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John E. Moss
John E. Moss.jpg
Member of the U.S. House of Representatives
from California's 3rd district
In office
January 3, 1953 – December 31, 1978
Preceded byJustin L. Johnson
Succeeded byBob Matsui
Personal details
Born(1915-04-13)April 13, 1915
Hiawatha, Utah
DiedDecember 5, 1997(1997-12-05) (aged 82)
San Francisco
Political partyDemocratic

John Emerson Moss (April 13, 1915 – December 5, 1997) was an American politician of the Democratic Party, noted for his championing of the federal Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) through multiple sessions of the United States House of Representatives where he served from 1953 to 1979.

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  • ✪ People Talking Sports* Episode 23 | Tiki Barber & Larry Johnson | Aired August 21st


Eclipse Monday finally here he yeah we've been waiting I got these Eclipse glasses yeah put him on oh wow two for Dunkirk please don't I really can't see it's all black it's just black darkness I think I'm actually looking at the show future right here alright well what a weekend yeah you were supposed to go to the Liberty game with me but you were too hung over and he didn't make it ah yes yes uh-huh well guess what I was hungover too and I showed up because I'm a role model and this show needs one big game do they clinch a playoff spot oh man congrats that's great no I didn't do it well you know I don't know you were there I was wearing the more in the shirt it's a nice shirt I'm happy with it yeah MSG sale baby yeah employee discount oh yeah man yeah dude they were great Tina Charles let it up oh that's awesome oh man Epiphany Prince all of them they all really had huge sugar Rogers my girlfriend love sugar Rogers yeah how do you know I mean that name it's fun sugar Roger let's look on say what the called laimbeer is the you know as you talk to him oh yeah I did talk to him yeah yeah yeah he said right after they clinched a playoff spot he looked at me and he pointed he said he was looking at you kid really yeah yeah really I'm not just saying that because we're short on content that really happened laimbeer and I are BFF now well anyway we have quite a show today yeah man yeah we got out we got Tiki Barber huge love Tiki Tiki time I would say that I don't know how thing people said that that's the thing I think people say but I'm the only one who says that your watches we're back with Giants great Tiki Barber thanks for joining us man thanks for having me right people we started with complaining about flying you're on my level you complain about flying how could you not complain about flight my wife is terrified of flying so whatever I fly I can't keep my I cross my legs I cross your legs why I can't cross your way because she's nervous so it's a she never crashed obviously with her legs but her legs are crossed so I can't cross my legs so I do yelled at for flying with my wife you usual I didn't know you fly right after the game is over I thought yeah so you get on the you're running back you're sore you're getting punished the whole game then you're on a plane coming back and you said it's a commercial flight yeah sit in coach and you sat next to Tom Coughlin oh yeah I was the lucky one coach Coach Coughlin said right next to me you were literally sitting coach yes hitting coach with coach that's actually show and what is that annoying to be sit and this is now you know it was fine you know he did that because he wanted to be amongst the guys yeah I think and for some reason he chose to sit right next to me know he had a pretty good on field relationship off the field we didn't have a great relationship so it was always awkward sitting there with coach call I was at all quits because he was I don't know he just didn't get along all the time sometimes it was fine but other times it was like I was invisible what were you talking about nothing third down coach maybe we should have yeah I don't know I don't really talk about I actually honestly don't remember yeah I think I would get up and go play Townsend tunker or spades or whatever in the back was so what else that's hilarious that he sits next to you to bond near like I'm just going to go away so this is why when Jim Fausto left yes he was he was probably fun to play for yeah but he said first class back with us that I loved that team that team that went to the Super Bowl in 2000 it was amazing that was an amazing offensive team it was you know it's great is our coordinators were great as well Sean Payton was off of the coordinator I remember the first game playing session going into that NFC Championship game he said to us we're going to score putting points on this team and Kerri you gonna throw for 300 yards in the first half and we're like what there's the Vikings and they were really good at their Randy Moss was there Donald Culpepper and he's like this is harder he said yeah exactly just look at the tape their DBS are come you can compromise their DBS and so lo and behold first half Gary Collins throws for almost 300 yards and we blow him out 41 to zip I remember I kill your initially I'm like every time I looked up Colin found and Ike was the toughest dude I think I ever played with really our first our first year cuz we were rookies together in 97 he was a first-round pick I was a second-round pick we played down in Jacksonville or one of the camera who we were playing down in Florida and he got drilled from behind so he caught the ball he ducked and got hit in the back of his head and he ended up having a broken neck but he got up and walked off the field I like what and so fast forward to two years later we're playing the Eagles and he gets drilled maybe was three years late he gets drilled in the chest and he ends up breaking a sternum but I got up again I mean so he was one of the great one of my great competitors that I played with he was amazing I broke his neck and he played kinda like how I showed up to the Liberty game of the hangover yesterday potato patato hey the question is did you have another beer I did it and you played do you realize that you were like the perfect video game player why is that because you could catch okay were fast but I didn't score any touchdowns yes cool guy that was Brandon Jacob you know I have almost every rushing record except for touchdown yeah and I don't have touchdowns because I'd clip one off for 50 yards and get caught on the three there comes BJ hit me on the a side I'm in well I meant so literally what he has 56 career touchdowns I have 55 oh my god I know it's great were you it for me though you are like a comic to me because you get annoyed by so many little fans I like it well go look at his Instagram it's it's New York Giants TD record oh I'm not kidding well you also thanks BJ I got to ask you about Ronde because it's I think it's so cool that you guys are both not just both football voters you're both elite football player and my brother's the man not only is he almost scratch golfer but he's like the mayor down in Tampa he played 16 years Wow and he's up for the Hall of Fame this year I honestly believe he should get consideration there's some records that he has an accomplishments that he had that no cornerback has ever done including and this is the greatest one when I go to Philly they actually hate me less because they hate Ronde more really yes Ronde closed the vet you don't remember this in 2002 the Philadelphia Eagles and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from the NFC Championship game Donovan McNabb is driving trying to get the game closer Ronde dekes him leaning fakes like he's going to blitz backs out back into coverage Donovan doesn't see it throws it Ronde picks it goes 92 yards for a touchdown that was a game Tampa Bay goes to the NFC goes on to the Super Bowl they obviously destroyed the regular there but that was the last touchdown scored in the vet they blew it up the next year and Wow the link is now there so when I go to when I go to Philly and they're like Tiki man I hate you I say hold on do you hate me how do you hate my brother whoo yeah always Ronde oh it's radhe makes me feel good it's kind of cool to you different positions to I mean that he's a defender you're an offensive player yeah we guys close growing up yeah we were you know what we we competed but we always championed each other so when he played football he was a defensive player defensive back I was a running back when we were in track here and the hurdles I was a long jumper we wrestled we were wrestling a different weight classes so we never really competed but our successes drove each one of us and I think it's one of the reasons that we made it so far and we just I refuse to fail if he was being successful and I think vice versa so we were we were catalysts for each other for a long time you had the similar situation Mattingly you know you were great for so many years yeah missed out by one year but you know you know what it is I get asked about that a lot and I don't regret it because I was ready to be done I remember going into that offseason really the offseason before I retired but really the offseason that I retired and I didn't want to prepare anymore right the the pounding the dead lifting the squatting with Joe Carini who was my strength and conditioning coach as powerlifting maniac used to put me on the Geok which is basically a squat rack that can move so he put 500 pounds on this thing and I go take a walk right and I just didn't want to do it anymore and I was so interested in all the other things that were out there for me and so I left the game because my commitment wasn't to the New York Giants anymore and then they've gone won a Super Bowl it's just timing it became a job to stay healthy and it was hard and I remember my at the time two or three year old son wanted to go outside and play with me and I didn't I didn't I couldn't and I didn't want to because I felt so bad and it's when I realized that this game is past me I was only thirty thirty-one I realized physically the game was past me people think football is fun and great and I'd give my left you know what to play it it's a brutal existence I'm happy being a road comedian I'm satisfied you get to go to Tampa I'll be aside splitters come on later ember Tampa with Bobby Jewell get a hair piece in the pinky ring I got to tell my brother go check that out I'm going to check it out to make a good time we got more coming up right after this break on people talking sports with Tiki Barber we're back on people talking sports first off you got a new CBS show Tiki and tyranny at deakin tuna CBS sports radio and CBS Sports Network only 15 channels from you guys in science we're part of the same family same thing plug naturally next up before Caitlyn he was the only man that could pull off a dress that's pretty good I have to say so glad you with us like you and also one of the five Kings of Comedy that's right I'm the sixth man off the bench Blake bortles called out by his coach did you see this as KOAT news what his coach said it's not like he's not the quarterback there was a vote of confidence let's move your girl home would like no it's not like we're not together no it's not I mean this is guys he had to call them out though he hasn't played great and he played great two seasons ago we got 31 touchdowns or whatever it was but last year he was a liability at some point you got to be accountable yeah yeah I mean he's really he's gonna lose his spot I think if he keeps this up sounds like an ex-girlfriend like you said she was looking FIFA you didn't respond you have many pigs what makes you better I mean it's the coach's job like Tiki said man he playing baby playing like he's playing of course he's gonna call him out I got to do his job oh yeah I mean the coach gotta hang on his job I'm sorry that's true the father call you out of Coughlin no Coughlin help you with the fumbles oh that was also never called you I was here I was here no no comment this is a weird one chick-fil-a a chick-fil-a stand-in mercedes-benz Stadium is they built a chick-fil-a in the stadium and it's not open on Sunday because the religious react we're not open what is it what what person says well it isn't chick-fil-a like a big Christian oh yeah yeah so they're not open on Sundays yeah but obviously mercedes-benz Stadium is where the Falcons play and they play on Sunday but we're in a Bible can you not have chicken okay read it front to back don't any chicken references I don't understand it can't they make the chicken on like Friday or Saturday and hold it over there you just got to be open to be open and they have like a Sabbath Sunday like a like a Sabbath special or something like chicken no chicken I've never heard that yeah I guess they believe it's a day of rest and then the Falcons believe the fourth quarter of a Super Bowl is a day of rest day of rest for the chicken I don't know how Dahntay Jones keeps popping up in our news stories Dante Jones he says a small conversation can fix LeBron and Kyrie Irving situation you believe that absolutely do you think senator Liu to sit down and talk it out why not invoke man right who do you have beef with when you apply listen who you have man o visit every game practically every day yeah no I'm just got a little while ago never that did a little conversation work it out absolutely and sometimes it's beyond a conversation well this gives a lot man you know the little man talking is beyond the conversation what happened next hmm we've had that before let you know next day shake it off shake hands you know come on man we've seen y'all before stop it that it died I saw her don't know what it was I didn't fight with nobody ever ethical whatever but I hope no one and I would just walk away the only two we used to say to me yeah fight you can't fight with deke you have a conversation because if you don't want to hear you're just gonna walk away walk away wow I don't need to win Dante Jones fun fact his best season's average 13 points a game and it's because he played one game I was like hate is also a man why you see a lot hate here's what you do I play right there like that sedation are you to portray right no you know what it's kind of like a bad marriage it feels like Kyrie and LeBron cuz like LeBron is like do I not provide for you do I not get you a finals every year and an Kyrie one I would want to play with what's wrong with being your own man you can be sometimes you want to be your own man that's fair no no he can't escape the shadow well I think you should be his own man here in New York City I think Kyrie should come here you know I'm kind of with you yeah give it up Kristaps we can't give up Kristaps right but I want what I don't want to ask it for so we're going to do well we don't want to give up anything Jimmy to be honest with you when people want to go you kind of can get them on sale people want to go they want to go I will give up on drea Bargnani and a second round pick for Caruso Carrie I think that's fair okay all right well I'm bombing pretty hard this if you can have any two athletes be your parents which to a be free to choose Serena Williams Serena Williams Michael Jordan Michael Jordan wow that's a nice we discussed another one guys okay Magic Johnson Derek Jeter who's the dad David Beckham nice good guy can really bend it Shaquille O'Neal Anna Kournikova nice good-looking guy well you don't want to be attracted to your mother for God's sake Mia Hamm definitely hop tomorrow in asti i'm jamaica and and she was like one of the first American woman to win go Mel in World Cup McGregor's father of the year you'll never go bang no matter no mother to McGregor's you got to McGregor's I love it gay marriage is legal very progressive show here in MSG that's Joe List he had his wedding Saturday Congrats Joe it's been a controversial week statue this is the time you know I mean should Baltimore take down the wait Lewis statue that's the new question you know unlike the Confederacy the Ravens had murders who actually want oh oh if you want that when you think it's actually pretty good oh that's like deep and a statue down because I guess to the implications I don't know I weird implication did you not hear no Ray Louis and the limousine there was there was some rumors oh man you ever heard this know back in Super Bowl in Atlanta a long time ago I guess I heard something so now you want to take the statue that it's not me I'm reading the story octane you know he's a controversial figure stat I think this is these are the you could just move the statue in from the courthouse that would also work I guess they want to put robert e lee in the museum so maybe you put him in the museum yep a museum well it's in the museum pounds it's not about edges I know I think I hit a crime I wouldn't do with LJ he was here the first that we didn't seem to remember he'll again always look to that that's a slow interrogation we didn't hear nothing I do pretty quick did you I mean you played against him in the Super Bowl and he was fierce he was a monster was and he couldn't block him because Sam Adams and Tony Siragusa were 600 pounds in the middle of the defensive line so he was murderous back there man oh the Cardinals have a rally cat everyone loves the cat sir look at his cat a feral little cat I ran on the field after the cat was removed the Cardinals had a grand slam and won the game this is a line they tried to adopt the cat and the shelter I get sad yet you having a good inning is not enough reason to have a cat they used to be able to hold okay yeah you don't go pick up a great random stray oh yeah I'm just gonna happen I don't know we also don't hold a cat like that life of the Bulge is why I'm having company what if they did win the game they won yeah they hit a grand slam I want the clam all right wait why couldn't they adopt the cat I don't know there used to be will to a chance now they can't beat the ASPCA it's like old feels like a Disney movie you know like it's got the feeling of like ratatouille or something you know like a feel-good cat which is a Grand Slam after that yeah we're going to ratatouille so so which is the cat making what do you mean it is like a move you know you just I don't know like that type of tone no like they're you know it's an animal things aren't going too well the life turns around I would that was going going but we can't work on Sunday she can make some world relation and it all comes full we're back on people talking sports we go to liz Gonzales and another thing yeah so it's Monday this weekend I saw George Orwell's play 1984 on Broadway Olivia Wilde minute oh well that was intense yeah we better blow up right oh yeah it's so basically I give you so in the book there you know this person is getting tortured you see everything and I was in the fourth row so everything is just really people were getting not you we're getting up to leave really basically what you want to do on your Saturday night well why would people get up to leave it's just bloody its gory I mean it's but it's not real right this is play a jury before they go no moral I've got to point out before we go any further that LJ did not know about Ray Lewis but he did know the feral cats the priorities are in line speaking of did you guys see the solar eclipse earlier today how can we miss it big big DLP Kehoe you can't watch it you got to use your iPhone turn your iPhone around say yes you know thankfully watch it also watch it off your iPhone yes I realize I might add all of it what buy the glasses you get the glasses find out who's right look right at the side it is if you good okayI'm good well no I'm good good I'm good you look good I'm going to throw some history your way so the last time a total solar eclipse happened the United States was visible the United States was back in 1979 38 years ago totally different time then market factor became the first female elected prime minister Sony released the Walkman Pink Floyd release the wall ESPN was born and the Rangers won the Stanley Cup Finals totally different time period much simpler time if you could go back to 1979 would you yeah I would not go back no no I think they for a week yeah just gonna walk then I'll go back for a week so I could take the tape off flip it over put it back in a couple of times the week tops yeah it was a good time at the Walkman yeah do you remember 1970s yes I don't I was you you have Walkman who determine when I wore Walkman was a big deal but it was like oh no literally it was a big great let me just think that you could actually have a conversation with somebody without them being on their phone the entire time social media didn't exist people were a little bit more downer then you actually had to have a conversation was getting on your phone like I'll be right back you should try butter people like that's a you thing my brother hate me so bad LJ what do you think I would definitely go back I was killing it in 70 definitely I was killing it in 70 Dallas Texas we this is another great episode of people talking I think we really broke the we really broke the I don't know something we go I feel like we got I do we say we get a ratings bump leave a good episode I think we had a radio um tonight they're going to say it tomorrow make sure to check out Tiki CBS show and Albany funnybone I'll be in Albany 31st through September 2nd that keep watching people talking sports good night



Moss was born in Hiawatha, Carbon County, Utah, in 1915, and moved with his family to Sacramento, California in 1923 where he attended public school and Sacramento Junior College. He held various sales, credit executive, and retail jobs from 1938 and 1943. In 1935 he married Jean Kueny, the daughter of Joseph and Winnefred (née West) Kueny of Galt, California. Together they had two daughters, Jennifer Afton (dob 3/14/1946) and Allison Effie, (dob 10/17/1949). In 1938 he joined the California Democratic State Central committee where he remained until 1980. He died in San Francisco, California in 1997.

Moss served in the United States Navy during World War II[1] and was elected to the California State Legislature in 1949, where he served as the Democratic floor leader until 1952.

U.S. House of Representatives

Moss served in the US House of Representatives for California's 3rd congressional district for 13 terms from 1953 until he retired in 1978. He was nominated by both the Democratic and Republican parties in 1958 and ran unopposed in 1960. Moss earned the distinction of never being defeated in an election for public office.

Moss held the chair for the following subcommittees in the House of Representatives:

John E. Moss Federal Building in Sacramento, California
John E. Moss Federal Building in Sacramento, California

He also served on the following committees:


His legislative record includes:

Moss also played an active role in furthering legislative oversight, chairing hearings related to the World Uranium Cartel, FBI foreign security surveillance during the Vietnam War, abuse in federal contracting, GAAP, defensive medicine, pricing and supply of natural gas, passive restraint systems for passenger cars, regulation of pesticides, and amendments to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Congressman Moss is considered the father of modern legislative oversight.

On May 1, 1973 Moss was also the first to call for the House to set up procedures for a bill of impeachment during the Watergate scandal.

Freedom of Information Act

Moss has been noted for his determination in passing the Freedom of Information Act into law.[2] As chairman of the Government Information Subcommittee it took Moss 6 congressional sessions (over 12 years) to get the Freedom of Information Act through Congress successfully.[3] Much of the desire for government transparency stemmed from the Department of Defense and Congressional committees evaluation of the nation's classification system in the late 1950s. They determined that the misuse of government classification of documents was causing insiders to leak documents that were marked "confidential". The Moss Committee took it upon itself to reform confidentiality policy and implement punishments for the overuse of classification by officials and departments.[4] The landmark bill was signed into law by a reluctant Lyndon B. Johnson on July 4, 1966.[5][6]


  1. ^ Vassar, Alexander C. (2011). Legislators of California (PDF). Retrieved 23 November 2016.
  2. ^ Transparency Project: History of FOIA Electronic Frontier Foundation. July 13, 2016
  3. ^ Gold, Susan Dudley. 2012. Freedom of Information Act. New York: Marshall Cavendish Benchmark.
  4. ^ Lemov, Michael Dudley. 2011. People's Warrior: John Moss and the Fight for Freedom of Information and Consumer Rights. New York: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press.
  5. ^ Ciaramella, CJ The Freedom of Information Act—and the Hero Who Pioneered It Pacific Standard Magazine. July 13, 2016
  6. ^ On July 4th, 50 years ago, the Freedom of Information Act became law Miami Herald. August 3, 2016

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U.S. House of Representatives
Preceded by
Justin L. Johnson
Member of the U.S. House of Representatives
from California's 3rd congressional district

Succeeded by
Bob Matsui
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