Will the Federal Reserve cause the next Civil war in America? Time Magazine seems to think it’s a possibility. With unemployment so high, and Ben Bernanke promising more quantitative easing by the Federal Reserve system, who can say? A recent article this week by Stephen Gandel on Time’s website (see link below) points to the U.S. central bank as perhaps being the catalyst for major unrest in our country. But if you listen closely enough, you’ll hear others around the world unhappy with the Fed’s policies, so a domestic civil war may be the least of our worries!

GETTYSBURG, PA - JULY 03:  Reenactors participate in the annual Civil War battle reenactment July 3, 2005 in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. It was the largest battle ever waged during the American Civil War and was fought in the first three days of July 1863. The Battle of Gettysburg resulted in a hallmark victory for the Union and ended the second invasion of the North by General Robert E. Lee's army. Gettysburg marks the beginning of the 'Journey Through Hallowed Ground' Corridor, which encompasses a 175-mile-long stretch of land from Gettysburg, PA to Monticello, VA, has been recognized by national historians as the region that holds more American history than any other place in the country. The land is imminently threatened by suburban sprawl, according to the recently released study by the National Trust for Historic Preservation in its annual list of America's most endangered historic places.  (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)