It’s been a busy week leading up to the holiday weekend, what with terrorists bombing Istanbul’s airport and President Obama stacking Cheerios on a stuffed dog and making friendship bracelets for BuzzFeed’s cameras.

The president managed to sneak in even more work before Independence Day, using his mighty pen to sign a stack of bills, including one that’s alleged to improve the Freedom of Information Act. Yes, this is the same president who defended Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server to dodge FOIA requests, seeing as it was “careless” but didn’t end up jeopardizing America’s national security from his perspective.

Before you laugh, watch this, and then laugh.

That’s strange; one would think the number of FOIA inquiries would have dropped dramatically with President Obama presiding over The Most Transparent Administration in History™.

It’s worth noting that the depositions happing now regarding Hillary Clinton’s private email server are not part of the FBI’s investigation, but part of a civil suit filed by Judicial Watch over its FOIA request for documents explaining how top Clinton aide Huma Abedin managed to collect paychecks from the State Department, the Clinton Foundation, and a private consulting firm called Teneo Strategies simultaneously.

While we’re on the subject, here are some great moments in recent FOIA history.

Note: “Belatedly” in that headline actually means, “more than four years after Judicial Watch filed a FOIA request.”