We're coming to you LIVE from the heartland this Saturday night at 8 p.m. ET!
Former Ohio congressman and host John Kasich covers the stories that touch our entire nation.
Here's a preview of some of the stories we're working on for this weekend.
Saturday, Nov. 20:
A controversy has ensued after a Madison, Wisconsin-based radio morning personality referred to Condoleeza Rice (search) as "Aunt Jemima" and Colin Powell as "Uncle Tom," after President Bush's announcement that Rice would replace Powell as secretary of state. John Sylvester (search), the program director and morning personality on WTDY-AM used the term earlier in the week to describe Rice and other blacks as having only a subservient role in the Bush administration.
We'll ask Sylvester about his remarks, as he appears on "Heartland," along with Ken Hamblin, a former conservative radio talk show host.
Plus, as U.S. forces close in on the remaining terrorists in Fallujah (search), we'll get an update from retired Army Lt. Col. Scott Rutter, FOX News analyst who just returned from being embedded with the First Infantry Division in Iraq.
And is Democratic disappointment from the election results severe enough to be treated by a psychologist? The American Health Association (search) thinks so and has even created a diagnosis: "Post-Election Selection Trauma." We'll talk to trauma specialist Douglas Schooler who has treated patients in Florida who were traumatized by John Kerry's loss to George W. Bush.
That and much more!
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.