Cavan Bordelon is a native son of Louisiana, born and raised in New Orleans. Like many guys in his (older) generation, the youngest of 3 sons grew up hunting, fishing, playing sports. After graduating college in 1996, Cavan moved to Lafayette for a job as a television news reporter.  He’d spend the next 7 years learning to love the Acadiana area and the Cajun culture it represents.

He’s talking about everything that makes Acadiana great. From its values rooted in its Catholic heritage to the rugged, strong, kind, caring, and fun-loving people who originally settled south Louisiana. It’s about the truth of who we are in pursuit of perfecting the art of being a conservative, Catholic, Cajun man!

In this edition of "Implicit Bias with Cavan Bordelon:"

"Our problems really aren’t problems. Our attitude about our problems, that is the problem," says Cavan Bordelon. "Life ain’t easy. We’re not entitled to or deserving of anything. It’s how we view the road less traveled that separates the “wheat from the chaff” in this world. This episode’s “Weekly Whiskey” is Chestnut Farms Kentucky Straight Bourbon. Grab a bottle, pour a sip and solve the world’s problems with your "Implicit Bias.'"

"Implicit Bias" can be heard every Saturday from 11:00 a.m. until noon.