The report — from Messrs. Sunstein, Swire, Stone, Clarke, and Morell — is here. On the whole, it strikes a middle ground. On one hand, it disagrees with a lot of the status quo, making many recommendations for change. On the other hand, the changes it suggests aren’t particularly radical or dramatic: Most of the recommendations are among those that are “in the debate” on these issues already. On the whole, the proposals are pretty thoughtful, whether or not one agrees with them in the details.