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Starting the week with a lie

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It was not, in fact, 7:12 a.m. when the sun rose this morning. It was 6:12 a.m. Tomorrow the sun rises at 6:10 a.m., and the day after we'll see it at 6:09. On March 18, sunrise will make that hooray-it's-almost-spring breakthrough and rise at 5:59 a.m., a gloriously early hour that's all about hope and fresh starts and renewal. On June 10, the sun rises at 4:41 a.m. in Los Angeles, a rare and amazing gift, this earliest of dawns, but we won't know that. In fact, no one outside of Hawaii or Arizona will get to feel how magical it is that daylight breaks so early each June because the rest of us are trapped in the Ponzi scheme, buried beneath The Big Lie that is Daylight Savings Time.

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