Steeves v. United States

Pro Se

Question(s) Presented

1. “Whether Congresses’ Mandatory Exceptions, found in Public Law 91-172 at 508(c)(1)(A), 83 Stat 494- 495 & 6033(a)(2)A)(i), 83 Stat 519-520 for ‘churches, their integrated auxiliaries’, from compliance with Congresses’ Special Rules With Respect to 501(c)(3) Organizations means that ‘churches, their integrated auxiliaries’ are mandatorily excepted from Federal income/excise-tax liability.”

2. “Whether the U.S. lower Courts’ unlawful tres­ pass upon a private relationship between a non-State organized private ‘church’ and its ‘integrated auxiliary’, via the lower Courts’ arbitrary denial of the private relationship’s existence, is judicial misconduct by the U.S. lower Courts?”

3. “Whether a Federal income/excise-tax liability can be imposed when there is no commercial activity involving Congresses’ list of specific goods/commodities Congress has determined to be subject to its Federal income/excise tax?”

4. “Whether human labor can be included in Congresses’ list of goods/commodities subject to Congresses’ Federal income/excise tax when 15 U.S.C. § 17, 38 Stat 731 (1914) states human labor cannot be a commodity/article of commerce?”

5. “Whether unlawful imposition of a Federal income/excise-tax liability is ‘peonage’ in violation of the Revised Statutes at Large of 1874 & 1878, sections 1990 & 5526 as well as the pre-December 1, 1873 self-authenticating competent evidence of the laws of the United States in all Courts of the United States regarding ‘peonage’, legislated at 14 Stat 546 (1867)?”

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Proceedings and Orders
January 4, 2023
Application (22A592) granted by The Chief Justice extending the time to file until April 1, 2023.
April 19, 2023
DISTRIBUTED for Conference of 5/11/2023.
May 15, 2023
Petition DENIED.