Background and Explanation
I recently asked a question inquiring which US states would be most likely to rebel in the event of a secession war. Now, it was pointed out in the comments on @Samuel's answer that it is unlikely that Americans would rebel over simple infringements of rights. It is done all the time and nobody raises hell over it because Americans have soft, comfy lives and are more than a little hesitant to give them up.
I would still, however, like to believe that one day Americans will reach a breaking point and will rebel. What is the most probable cause (statistically) of a rebellion occurring in the United States in the next ten years? Is there a single infringement on American rights that can cause the desired secession?
Things to note
The only one that came to my mind was if guns were banned; however, I have known many people in the larger cities that dislike that people can own guns and would support this law, so I think this rules out the majority of public support for a rebellion caused by this.
I am sure that which states I want to secede influences the situation directly. The desired states are:
Alaska (apologies HDE)