Should we get rid of Daylight Saving Time?

Most of the U.S. lost an hour of sleep this past weekend — and we’re feeling pretty cranky. Is it worth it?

It all started back in 1918 to support the World War I effort — but it wasn’t until 1966 that it became federal law (and DST was extended by a month in 2005).

But it’s time to kill Daylight SavingMatt Schiavenza wrote in The Atlantic. He talked about health concerns, the reality of energy savings and “the insanity of switching twice a year” on The Michael Smerconish Program on SiriusXM POTUS (Ch. 124).

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