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Former Ohio congressman and host John Kasich covers the stories that touch our entire nation!

Here's what you'll find on our show this weekend:

BBC outrage! Columnist Michelle Malkin and British journalist Martin Lewis duke it out over the BBC's inconsistent use of the word "terrorist."

Then, why does Ben Jones, also know as "Cooter" from the TV show "Dukes of Hazzard (search)," think the movie remake of "Dukes" has trashed the TV classic? We'll ask him! "Crazy Cooter" joins us with the lowdown on how he really feels about the sexed-up remake of "Dukes of Hazzard."

A new poll shows that 57 percent of Americans fear an attack on our transit system. Will suicide bombers turn up in the U.S.? Harvey Kushner, author of "Holy War on the Homefront," weighs in.

Then, another new poll shows that Muslim support for suicide bombers (search) is declining. But is it a vast generalization to say that a majority of Muslims ever supported suicide bombers? We'll get insight from Osama Siblani, publisher and editor-in-chief of Arab American News.

And, an L.A. police officer shoots an armed suspect who was using a baby as a human shield. Both the suspect and baby were killed. Did police mishandle the situation? We'll ask Bernard Parks, former L.A. police chief, and civil rights attorney Melanie Lomax, former president of the L.A. Police Commission.

Plus, Oliver Stone (search) plans on directing a film about the 9/11 terror attacks. Will his depiction be accurate? And should a movie about 9/11 even be made? Tom O'Neil, senior editor of In Touch Weekly, and James Hirsen, author of "Tales from the Left Coast" and the forthcoming "Hollywood Nation," weigh in.

Those stories and more on this Saturday's "Heartland."

Be sure to watch "Heartland" this Saturday evening at 8 p.m. ET and on Sunday at 4 a.m. ET.

All topics and guests subject to change.