Signing on to every broad recommendation would be a direct insult to our own NRC, which does not dabble in such diplomatic newspeak, preferring to assess actual risk, look at each site, mandate practical and specific engineering guidelines, evaluate what has been done.
I wonder if you know something I don't.
You should dig up a 2011 Associated Press article about tritium leaks at nuclear plants across the country.
Or maybe read about the Vermont Yankee nuclear plant which was so plagued by problems that it was finally shut down.
Heck, a quick google search for 'NRC regulatory capture' will kick back plenty of examples that you can use to reevaluate your position.
The way we have operated nuclear plants in the US is sound. The safety record shows it,
Well, now I'm pretty sure you don't know what you're talking about.
The safety record is public, go look at it.
The NRC has a shit list of the worst plants that it publishes biannually.
Hell, there have been 2 nuclear plants that SCRAMed recently.
One on Christmas and the other last week, during the big north east blizzard.
I wonder what your criteria is for "unsound"
Do we have to have another 3-Mile Island accident?