...on the Hunt deal? For months, in speeches around town, Laura Miller has been touting the entertainment district in the Reunion area as an integral part of the Trinity River redevelopment. Now she balks at tax incentives for Ray Hunt to build a new downtown headquarters there as part of a land-swap deal. "I just want us to do good business deals," she said, according to the Dallas Morning News this a.m. So, was it a good business deal when Dallas lost the Cowboys stadium to Arlington? It would seem that this deal makes more sense, at less loss to the taxpayers in the long run, than rebuilding a Cotton Bowl that serves two college game and a non-top-tier bowl game. She likes that deal.