Sean Hannity's innaugural "Enemy of the State" winner (YouTube here): Sean Penn, for being a bad actor who says mean things about Hannity (and the president) and makes "outlandish comments" (speaks his mind).
An enemy of the state is a person accused of certain crimes against the state, such as treason. Falsely describing individuals in this way is often a manifestation of political repression. For example, an authoritarian regime may purport to maintain national security by describing social or political dissidents as "enemies of the state".UP NEXT ON FOX: "Burned Book of the Week"
Talking Points Memo commenter Jim M asks: Did it occur to him to say "Enemy of Freedom" or "Danger to Our Liberties" or something more American-sounding?