The Senate's absurd indifference to making daylight saving time a permanent feature of our lives.

The democratic view, according to H.L. Mencken in 1916, "is that the ordinary people know what they want and ought to receive it good and hard.

On Tuesday, the U.S. Senate agreed to send many of your children to the bus stop in the cold and dark for months at a time

The New York Times sums it up thusly: "With practically little notice and no discussion," it took place.

that's only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the Senate's lack of interest in the fight over daylight saving time

On Tuesday, the Senate voted unanimously to make daylight saving time a permanent feature.

There's no reason not to make this move when you're under a lot of pressure.

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