1. David Letterman
  2. Wall Street Journal/Sudeep Reddy
  3. Senator Lisa Murkowski (R)
  4. Levi Johnston
  5. Shannyn Moore
  6. Katie Couric
  7. Nicolle Wallace
  8. Steve Schmidt
  9. Kate Gosselin
  10. The Fed/Ben Bernanke
  11. Pete Rouse
  12. Joe McGinniss
  13. Peggy Noonan
  14. Ashley Judd
  15. Congressman Spencer Bachus (R)
  16. Alaska State Trooper Mike Wooten
  17. Joe Miller
  18. Politico
  19. Karl Rove
  20. State Department (Ahmadinejad’s birthday)
  21. Rahm Emanuel
  22. Family Guy/Seth MacFarlane
  23. Michelle Obama
  24. President Barack Obama
  25. Kathleen Gustafson
  26. Brian Williams
  27. Emily’s List
  28. Ed Gillespie
  29. Mayor Michael Bloomberg
  30. Environmentalists
  31. Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger (R)
  32. Michael J. Gross
  33. Vice President Al Gore
  34. Charlie Gibson
  35. Maureen Dowd
  36. Bloggers
  37. Rachel Maddow
  38. 60 Minutes
  39. Mark Halperin
  40. John Heilemann
  41. Nick Denton/Gawker
  42. Barbara Bush
  43. U.S. Export Import Bank
  44. Blogger Jesse Griffin
  45. Blogger Dennis Zaki
  46. Andrew Sullivan/The Atlantic
  47. Keith Olbermann
  48. CSU students AKA “Dumpster Divers” Ashley Briggs and Alicia Lewis
  49. Blogger Jeanne Devon
  50. Palingates
  51. Linda Kellen Biegel AKA Celtic Diva
  52. Oliver Stone
  53. John Bitney
  54. Senator Scott Brown (R)
  55. Alaska State Senate President Lyda Green
  56. Andree McLeod
  57. AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka
  58. PolitiFact
  59. Bill Ayers
  60. Secretary Madeleine Albright
  61. Senator John Kerry (D)
  62. Jonathan Martin
  63. NPR
  64. Congressman Alan Grayson (D)
  65. Stephen Colbert
  66. Helen Thomas
  67. PETA
  68. Anchorage Daily News
  69. Tina Fey
  70. Andrew Halcro
  71. Kim Chatman
  72. Julian Assange
  73. Frank Gwartney
  74. Aaron Sorkin
  75. Alaska Public Safety Commissioner Walter Monegan
  76. Charles Krauthammer
  77. Rick Santorum
  78. TIME Magazine
  79. Westboro Baptist Church
  80. Michael Moore
  81. Taegan Goddard
  82. Kathy Griffin
  83. Governor Chris Christie (R)
  84. Hacker David Kernell
  85. Daily Caller/Chris Moody
  86. AOL
  87. Rapper Common
  88. Governor Mitt Romney
  89. Megyn Kelly
  90. Juan Williams
  91. Governor Rick Perry
  92. Herman (Herb) Cain

Honorable mentions (by popular demand): William Shakespeare, President Ronald Reagan, President John F. Kennedy, American Idol contestants, that Caribou, the First Amendment and Paul Revere.

These are media feuds former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, has participated in from the last two years since she was launched from obscurity. It should be noted they’re in no particular order. I’ve also omitted people who just jab at her without her responding (e.g. Meghan McCain) but those are rare.

This is a work in progress – including typos. Check back as more names are added. When I originally published the list in November there were under 50 names. I’ve added more as people have sent me more names that qualify. And then of course, she starts new ones. And then I add those.

This list started as an overflow of names that couldn’t fit into my column: America’s Full-Time Professional Duelist

Know of a feud I missed? Send me an email.

UPDATE – January 8, 2011: In the wake of the shooting in Arizona of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, it needs to be clarified that this list is of the media feuds Palin has been involved in. The list of 20 congresspeople Palin had on TakeDownthe20.com with riflescope graphics over their districts (including Giffords) is not this list. That graphic has been scrubbed from Palin’s site and still available here.

UPDATE – March 30, 2011: I’m thinking of calling this the Palin Squrimishes List.