What do Reps. Kevin Brady (R-Texas), Barney Frank (D-Mass.), Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio) and Ron Paul (R-Texas) have in common?

All are not happy with the current state of the Federal Reserve.

In the 112th Congress, areas of bipartisan interest have been hard to come by. But overhauling the nation’s central bank looks to be a subject where politicians of all different stripes have developed an interest — if not necessarily an agreement on how it should be done.