At least Donald Trump gets it, even if few other lawmakers do:
This bi-annual change in time keeping is annoying. DST was conceived in the late 1800 and implemented in the early 1900. It was a good idea then but the world has changed significantly in the last 100 years. DST is obsolete in this day and age, and annoying. Yet governments that can never agree on anything, can not agree to abandon it. Granted, in the scheme of the world today, this issue is pretty insignificant; but it is still annoying. To muddy the waters even more, the powers that be occasionally change the dates of implementation.
The title of the 1916 Act that implemented DST in the US says it all with regards to the stupidity of governments; “An Act To Preserve Daylight”. We all thought the earth’s orbit around the sun controlled daylight, but here is a government decree that says that a simple act of government can control it.
Perhaps there is hope yet: