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March 9, 2009 - Rob Weaver
Everything you need to know to understand the logic behind our federal government can be gleaned from daylight-saving time.
Think about it: While most Americans are sleeping, a federal law takes away an hour away from our day. This used to happen in April, but now occurs in March. Then, late in the fall -- again, under cover of darkness -- the law returns the hour. Without interest.
The entire period, from now until Nov. 1, is referred to as daylight-saving time.
Sure. And the federal government can create jobs, too.
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