Every article I see on this subject always talks *only* in terms of doing away with Daylight Savings Time (DST). I don't get this. Why does nobody propose doing away with STANDARD time and making DST the year-round time? You can call it standard time if you want, but we clearly want longer days in the evening. Few people gripe about driving to work in the dark, what they hate is coming home in the dark. Congress has already decided, in 2005, that we like DST better since they added roughly an extra 2 months to it. Year-round DST is my proposal. Why don't you ever hear of such a proposal? I say the reason we cannot do away with DST, as is so often proposed, is DST is the time we like the best. Turn DST into Standard time and let's be done with it. Am I the only person who feels this way? Why wouldn't this work?