:-) Let's see who can be the most civil.
The north pole on Jan 1.
Seems that the elliptical orbit puts earth closer to the sun in the winter, and farther away in the summer.
The good news is that in an elliptical orbit, the orbiting body moves faster when it's nearer the attractor.
So, while there are 180 days in the fall and winter, for us folks up north, there are 185 days in the spring and summer.
The orbital difference is in the neighborhood of 3m miles, so the 4k mile difference from the equator to the pole is not relevant.