There's a story by Talon News today about the Bob Novak dust-up which reviews some of the claims related to voter fraud in the 2002 election (via South Dakota Politics). For what it's worth, the Gephardt campaign is also accusing the Dean campaign of trying to steal the Iowa caucuses. Talon News looks like an all-web news service which offers news from the perspective of the right. It includes extensive commentary about the South Dakota race, which is quite interesting (and can be reviewed by reading the archives here). Today's Talon piece also takes notice of the background of Dave Kranz (the Argus Leader reporter who appeared on Capital Gang, as noted below), which includes a working political relationship with Tom Daschle in college. South Dakota Politics also raises a question today about how the Argus Leader edited an LA Times story about Daschle's wife Linda. Meanwhile, Senator Daschle continues to tour the state and express his concerns about the prescription drug bill passed by Congress, as noted here. It has not been reported what John Thune is up to at this point. The 2002 results, Argus Leader coverage, Linda Daschle, and the wisdom of the prescription drug bill appear to be the topics of discussion so far this week.