Benjamin Studebaker has a post on "media bias charts" that cling to conventional notions of left/right and rate journalists according to that outdated scale. Studebaker proposes lumping everything that is considered acceptable left and right by these pundits into a single box -- liberal, meaning essentially establishment liberal (pro war, pro "markets") -- while creating new boxes for the anti-establishment left and right:
In the process of coming up with the chart above, he formulated and discarded the chart below (minus the red ink):
This is actually a more helpful chart because it allows for a far center, which has been added in red.
The far center is who got it right on Russiagate (including voices from the right and left). New Right is used instead of Alt-Right because the latter is a Clinton term. Mostly the far center agrees that (i) the military/contractor sector is sucking the life out of the US and (ii) bank bailouts are a mistake. Where they disagree is on (A) government intervention in markets and infrastructure (left says we need more of it; right says less); (B) race/identity (the far center is more likely to be skeptical of shaming and language policing than the bulk of the anti-establishment left while at the same time scoffing at claims of white superiority); and (C) fiscal/monetary issues (e.g., whether printing money is OK to address social problems or whether it always, necessarily "leads to inflation").