From the MacIver Institute. A giant leap in the thinking that access to broadband is now a life necessity, and therefore should be provided to you if you can't afford it. There is no question that it has become a necessity in my life; I couldn't function without high speed internet access at home, at least not the way I do now.
Does that mean that it is now an entitlement? Even if you make the case that there should be access to all homes, which is a big controversy in rural Dane County and other areas of the state right now, can you really make the case it is an entitlement to be provided by the government?