From everything I understand, the regulators are all moving in the right direction. While you can't say the system is perfect, certainly there's been a lot of improvement over the last five years.
In Washington, a program is never 'stake-through-the-heart' dead, but it's safe to say that the nuclear bunker buster is dead for at least three years.
Ready.gov treats a nuclear weapon in this case as if it were a big truck bomb, which it's not,
Unless you are in a civil war, how can you claim the authority to use such a device
You like problems like this, where the severest attack is the least likely, and the most likely attack is the least severe.