Can any of you dispute my evidence that taxes are not the problem?
No-one in this topic has said that taxes are "the problem". In fact, the word "problem" did not even appear in this topic until your post. This topic is about the connection between taxes and violence. Violence, in my opinion, is a problem worthy of solving, but that's not what this topic is about either.
I can't even find your evidence. Sure, the linked page has a subsection entitled "A mountain of evidence", but I don't see any evidence in that section, just some discussion about posts made elsewhere.
For example, it is not evidence to write "Choice is usually better, but what if everyone chooses to allocate their
tax dollars to, say, the National Endowment for the Arts and there is
nothing allocated to National Defense?". That's just an assertion followed by a question.
Furthermore, the question has an obvious answer: "In that case, lots of money will be spent by the National Endowment for the Arts and none will be spent on National Defense."