You can make an argument that our world has changed a lot since the 1960s. But the old saying is that the more things change, the more they stay the same. Back then, the big problems were prejudice, poverty, inequality and a war that many at home didn't believe in.

The more they change the more they stay the same. Jack Webb had his own take on the problems that plagued our country and voiced them on his series 'Dragnet'. How appropriate are his views, and how would they fly in the ubersensative world that we live in today?