Top dog is U.S. Representative Alan Grayson (D-FL), for "urging the U.S. Attorney General to seek a monetary fine and a 5 year prison sentence against a vocal critic for alleged violations of Federal Election law that, even if true, represent minor transgressions."
I have many First Amendment-protected things I want to say to Grayson for doing that. But it's actually better to show you what he doesn't like:
On second place is The Alabama Alcoholic Beverage Control Board, "For preventing the sale of a wine in the State of Alabama because the labels on the wine bottles showed a 19th century depiction of a nude nymph."
I would have just stopped at "preventing the sale of a wine." As penalty, here's some 19th century wine-label nudity:
Also, awesome quote: "It’s still available in 49 states” - Bill Leigon, president of Hahn Family Wines.