All it took was 59 missiles launched from two U.S. Naval destroyers in a one-off strike to pivot the way the world looks at America and the West.
Anthony Furey, Postmedia Network
Anthony Furey is a national columnist for the Sun Media chain of newspapers. He was formerly the comment editor of the Ottawa Sun. He's also written for TIME, NY Daily News, Human Events and more. He's been a guest on Fox New Channel, BBC and can regularly be heard on talk radio.
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