In the moderator flag queue, posts (questions, answers and comments) are a re-styling of the rendered post with links stripped out.
Appearance of example post in queue:
Check out this link
It is not even rendered as an actual link. But the actual URL is relevant to making the decision on what action to take, for example if the link is to a recognised authoritative site vs some high school blog.
To see the actual URL of links, the mod must open the post in a new window then if the mod has a pointing device, hover over the link to display it, and if not (like me, using an iPhone), either edit the post to reveal the source of the post or open it in yet another window and inspect the address bar.
Display the link using raw in-line markdown. For example:
Check out [this link](http://example.com)
whether or not the link was entered using an in-line type link, or an indexed type link. This would give a standard rendering of links, but also bind the link to the anchor text so it's easier for the mod to scan the post.
Ideally the raw url would itself be an active link (anchor tag), so it could be followed easily if desired.
Speed and ease of handling flags.