The cost of home broadband is just too high.
And paradoxically, we can't afford for it to be too high since:
(1) our economy requires rich connectivity to support its entertainment, software, and services-based sectors and
(2) young people need regular, cheap and abundant access to the Internet in order to become the workers and innovators of tomorrow.
The solution is simple: The broadband market must be made more competitive. Congress, in league with the FCC and the FTC can and should make this a priority.