The Tucson Shootings
By Hector Cordon, 22 January 2011
Hundreds of people participating in a Spokane, Washington Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade last Monday marched unaware that a bomb had been planted adjacent to the planned route.
By Patrick Martin, 17 January 2011
The liberal magazine hailed Obama’s Tucson speech while covering up the fundamental social and political issues raised by the act of right-wing terrorism in Arizona.
By Patrick Martin, 15 January 2011
The president is being praised for opposing any political analysis of the attempted assassination of a Democratic congresswoman.
By Patrick Martin, 14 January 2011
Anthony Miller, the only African-American district chairman in the state Republican Party, stepped down after the shootings in Tucson.
By Patrick Martin, 13 January 2011
More evidence has emerged that the gunman who carried out the deadly attack in Tucson, Jared Lee Loughner, drew inspiration from the political language and invective of the ultra-right.
13 January 2011
Letters in response to WSWS coverage of the shootings in Tucson, Arizona.
As gunman is arraigned
By Patrick Martin, 11 January 2011
The most important issue is the political motivation that led Jared Lee Loughner to target a Democratic congresswoman for assassination.
By David North, 11 January 2011
Who is responsible for Saturday’s violence in Tucson, which left six people dead and 14 others wounded, including a congresswoman now fighting for her life?
By Bill Van Auken, 10 January 2011
Mounting evidence has linked the 22-year-old gunman who severely wounded Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, killed a federal judge and killed or wounded 18 others in Tucson, Arizona to the political right.
By Barry Grey, 10 January 2011
The shooting rampage on Saturday in Tucson, Arizona was clearly an act of right-wing terrorism.