There's a piece on Before It's News (a website) that says it will blow your mind. It pertains to the gross imbalance and illustrates what a junkie the federal government has become. I've tried several times to make it much easier for you to find, but alas Y knows better.
This advise has been posted previously. Perhaps you missed it. The following will insure that any reference you have to a website will ALWAYS post, despite whether it is on Yahoo's "white list".
1. Copy the full title of the Internet article and post it.
2. NEVER post the URL.
3.. State the author's name, or the hame of the website. Usually this is not required, because the title will probably be unique.
4. If there is a date attached to when the article was posted, you can refer to that. Usually that is not required either.
Only the first requirement will almost always locate what you're wanting to refer to. It may come up on a number of other websites, but be the identicle article, so you can take your pick. Try it and you'll find that this works every time and Yahoo's attempts at censorship will NEVER work if you use this technique.
It is more than a little bit interesting that Yahoo allows spam links, which now is termed "spamola", since it appears there could very well be "pay for play" going on. In other words Yahoo is being paid to allow links to be posted from spammers if Yahoo is paid. In other venues this is illegal. It is the only explanation that makes any sense as spammer links should cause a post to fail with a notice that the link is not "white listed".